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Old 07-07-2005
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You should be able to get your stock one covered in REAL carbon fiber for $125...

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I love that look, see my dash is black so it would blend in awsome..just gotta remember its 125$ (CAN) so idunno if getting it covered would be cheaper
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tenically you can get sheets of carbon fiber use your own bezel as a mold and make your own REAL carbon fiber bezel for most likely cheaper then that stock one. granted it takes some doing on your part but in the long run its worth it

Where can you buy carbon fiber?
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You should be able to get your stock one covered in REAL carbon fiber for $125...


From where though? Everywhere I've tried has said that the thing is too difficult to work with!
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Do a search on google for "custom carbon fiber" or something to that effect. It'll take a bit of research but there are companies out there that'll do it.
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I got that bezel

Damn i only paid $60 bucks for mine....well thats at employee cost.....dont buy sh*t a dealer cost.....i got a buddy who is a service manager at a ford dealer ship.....gimme a shout if you need parts at cost.....
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i think i am going to calll around to a few mazda stealerships today ad see what one cost around here...

i have checked ebay and they are their... but not very often... i thinks thats a hard to come by part...

anouther alternitive is go to www.woodcorp.com and they have dash kits.. well they dont have one for rangers, but they have explorer ones ( i know, it doesnt make sense) anyhow i think an explorer one would work right? i know there is a whipper ****.. not sure where it at is it where our fog light button is?
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whoa old post, i wa in mazda the otehr day looking at them and they fit perfectly, they come with the b4000 4x4 if u have 4x4 or the b3000 2x4 exact to ford and its 115$ canadian..
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i dont really care if its real carbon fiber. were not street ricers here. what does it matter?
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