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Old 08-07-2011, 04:22 PM
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peeling woodgrain

The woodgrain on 05 lariat is peeling. Is there anyway to just replace the woodgrain and not the whole panel?
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Check out B&I. I believe they are the suppliers to Ford. I have one of their kits in my 04. Fit was perfect. Good quality.

Welcome to B&I Trim Products Dash Kits, Steering Wheels, Fender Trims, Rocker Panels, Pillar Posts and more

You have to buy from one of their dealers. If and when you do, get a quote from a couple of them, and wait for an answer. My second quote saved me some cash.

Here is one dealer, and the site for the 05's

2005 Ford F-250 Wood Grain Dash Kits | Carbon Fiber
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IMO, the factory woodgrain looks cheap compared to some of the aftermarket kits (when applied properly). You can even get a real wood kit from B&I, or chose the OEM match they have.
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