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post #1 of 5 Old 11-13-2011, 07:02 PM Thread Starter
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ok this might sound alittle stupid or crazy or something but im looking at upgrading my complete dash to a superduty dash not sure from what yr yet but that is my plan as well as redoing all the door panels if i can get my hands on some sd door panels as well i may see about modifying them as well to work so has anyone ever atempted this im curious as to how much im going to have to cut off with the difference in dash depth any suggestions would be great or even pics if anyone has tried

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You want to install a superduty dash in what vehicle? Did I miss something?



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I want to put a super duty dash in my obs truck. Thats the plan atleast my trucks a 96 f350 cclb

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Lots of modification, the SD dash is wider than our obs interiors iirc

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Have you looked at a SD lately? The doors are shaped a bit different than the OBS. My suggestion is to rip everything out and build something from scratch, it would be easier than using SD panels.

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