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Old 01-23-2015
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Rocker Switch Panel, Double Din Radio Bezel, Door Panel Trim 2000 Ford Ranger XLT

I have 1 led light bar but I will be adding a couple other aux accessories so I am looking for a rocker switch panel. Also I need a radio bezel that will fit a touchscreen radio and the side door panel trim peices that the window controls and lock controlls fit in. Would like a cool style for the trim pieces and bezel but stock is fine also! Need to fit a 2000 ford ranger xlt 3.0 v6 2wd
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So you go to school and have access to CAD to build bumpers, but can't use a drill or a dremel? Interesting
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Very interesting indeed. Possibly more lazy than anything
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No actually I had a failed attempt at painting my old plastics. I don't care if it has a hole cut out for a rocker switch. i'm talking about a console. And please leave me alone.
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I have seen where people do a cut piece of plastic underneath or above a single din radio.. Maybe if you have one of those little cubby things instead of an ash tray down under the dash you could put switches down there. It's a custom thing, no real store-bought options.
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Also, the bezel can be dremeled just a little bit to accomodate a double-din radio. And looked up the carbon fiber radio bezels.. not sure if they sell them like that, but I've heard of a carbon fiber dip or something like that.
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And junk yard is your best bet for the door pieces I think.
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If you want to be left alone I suggest you get off the internet lol.

Do what rlong said
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If you want to be left alone I suggest you get off the internet lol.

Do what rlong said
I'm going to post threads on a public forum asking for help, and then tell everyone to leave me alone.
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