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Has anyone installed the wood dash upgrade kits?

I drive a 2014 Ford F-350, Lariat and I have two of the pieces that have the Original Ford wood right next to the radio. My cousin has a platinum and has the wood everywhere and it looks a lot cleaner and nicer. I've seen some places selling the kits to swap it out, but I can't seem to find one that will fit my truck because none of the kits I've found have space for the factory Ford touchscreen radio.
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are we talking like the stick on wood grain, or swapping out the panels for new ones?

I would say to just vinyl wrap what you have, its all fake/printed anyway

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OK, thanks for the info. To show my ignorance, what is the problem with 3 nipples...
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Honestly, if it looks good I don't mind if I wrap it or replace it. I didn't even think about wrapping it. Is wrapping it avoid alternative/sturdy?
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Honestly, if it looks good I don't mind if I wrap it or replace it. I didn't even think about wrapping it. Is wrapping it avoid alternative/sturdy?
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In the same boat. No where around here does the wrapping so I'm looking to just replace. Subbed

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By any chance, did you look @CARiD , one of our Supporting Vendors?

This is their dash kit page for your truck.
https://www.carid.com/2014-ford-f-350-dash-kits/


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I just wrapped my own with some carbon fibre. First time wrapping anything and am extremely happy with the results. Pretty easy, all in all took less than an hour. Don't really have the best pictures though.
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I just wrapped my own with some carbon fibre. First time wrapping anything and am extremely happy with the results. Pretty easy, all in all took less than an hour. Don't really have the best pictures though.
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