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post #1 of 8 Old 04-22-2007, 05:01 PM Thread Starter
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Dash question

A panel on my dash has a tear/hole in it and I was wondering if it was possible to buy the panel separately, or am I going to have to find a whole dash?

I guess I need to start checking out some salvage yards or something.
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You can get the panel seperatley, but I don't know of anywhere to get a replacement other than a scrap yard.

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You can get the panel seperatley, but I don't know of anywhere to get a replacement other than a scrap yard.
You mean a Ford dealership wouldn't want to rip off my arm for one?
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mines got the same problem... actualy almost every one ive seen has that problem (making it dificult to find a good one at a junk yard)... must be one of fords better designs huh J/k ive thought about getting one of those vinal repair kits for it but it would be nice to just replace it... any one know how extensive it is to change??? like removing the glove box, sterio, ac controlls or worse (removing the whole dash)



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Check LMC truck here in kansas, they sell everything you could need to completly restore your truck.

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I looked at LMC, and didn't see it listed. I'm not sure if Ford has them or not. Sometimes it is hit or miss with Ford on those kinds of things.

I need one too

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