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post #1 of 13 Old 07-19-2013, 08:43 PM Thread Starter
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Interior swap? is it possible?

considering selling my 6.4 to get a 7.3 but will miss the new style interior. has anyone done this conversion?


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A handful of people have but its very difficult. Check out kennyv, he has a thread going about putting a 6.7 in his old 7.3 truck and they did the dash swap. Also another member (armyguy or something like that) did too whenever he did his fummins build. He posted in kennyv's thread too.

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il check that out, thanks!


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I'm putting an 08 king ranch dash and door panels in mine next week. Hoping it goes smoothly

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I'm putting an 08 king ranch dash and door panels in mine next week. Hoping it goes smoothly
Do a write up on the dash swap please? I've been debating on it

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I'm putting an 08 king ranch dash and door panels in mine next week. Hoping it goes smoothly
I would also like to see this.


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Me three. Also a parts list

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I would like to see it as well.
Looks like you have been nominated to do a write up!!!
Good luck with the install.
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Ill see what i can do. I really want to make it look good and i think the gauge cluster is going to be the hardest part of that. Ive been thinking about an autometer gauge set and building a panel for them. Preferably if i could find a place that could make something out of carbon fiber...
I wish i had the opportunity to pull the dash out of an 08 so i had a better understanding of how it was in there.

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I have an 09 and i plan to put that style interior in my 03.. Right now my first concern is the redneck wiring from the power window/lock install the previous owner did


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