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How to repair a cut dash without welding

Discussion in 'Electrical & Audio' started by J Knight, Aug 31, 2014.

  1. highdesertrange

    highdesertrange Full Access Member

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    very nice job. I hate it when someone puts a din radio in. highdesertranger
     
  2. Paul Maffetone

    Paul Maffetone Junior Member

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    is this still available??!!
     
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    No that was 6 years ago lol
     
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    :happy175:
     
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    I have a radio piece available if someone needed
     
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    I would not be afraid to use the urethane/epoxy structural adhesive vice screws. I have used this stuff for different aplications and it is tenacious stuff!

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    oops
     
  9. Vbb199

    Vbb199 B-rate Hillbilly Customs

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    If someone wants a AM/FM radio cutout, i can cut it from my parts truck. Makes adapting a din radio easy.
     
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    any chance this radio piece is still available, need it and would buy off you.
     
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    Well I do have it but I think it's in my cutlass which is a little far down my property, it's been super warm so If the show is low enough I can take my utv and find it. How much is it worth to ya lol and is there a rush
     

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