Gauges in stock radio opening?
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This is a discussion on Gauges in stock radio opening? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I read here or on i-club about somebody putting gauges in with a single din stereo. I am trying to ...

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    Gauges in stock radio opening?

    I read here or on i-club about somebody putting gauges in with a single din stereo. I am trying to find a picture of it or some more info on what it will take. I assume it will be a custom job as far as a mounting kit. Does anybody know of a kit that would allow a single din stereo to be mounted below gauges? Any info would be helpful, search didn't yield much.

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    CoreyRED02

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    A lot of people just pick up a plate of black plastic or smoked plexiglas and make it fit.

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    I know a guy in production 4 rallying, his car has a slab of CF on with several gauges on it.

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