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E99 PSD Double Din info

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Old 01-23-2011
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E99 PSD Double Din info

i was creeping over on Powerstroke Nation, (not a member) and remember seeing a way to fit a double din into the dash. does anyone have knowledge of this and what is needed for the change over?
 
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Secured mine through the sleeves/sides of the opening, just a 10mm longer bolt with nuts/washer spacers between the plastic sides and into the side of the unit. Sturdy as can be (using 4 per side). With a plastic trim ring on the front.

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looked into it a little more, looks like the previous owner did the mod for me. so a 2 din should drop right in place
 
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Nice! What unit are you going with?
 
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well i am currently shopping for a D44 and a transfer case for the ranger, prob end up shooting for summer time with a pioneer touch screen, saw one that was around 500 ish forget which model
 
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