Factory stereo

Discussion in 'Electrical & Stereo' started by Outlaw97GT, Feb 3, 2006.

  1. Outlaw97GT

    Outlaw97GT Well-Known Member

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    If i get a different stereo for my car, where can I get the cubby-hole shelf to replace the cd player?

    I've looked on the web, but can't find shit!
     
  2. Matt94GT

    Matt94GT Well-Known Member SN95 Supporter Retired Staff

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    are you talking about the little tray so that you dont have a gap when you put in a aftermarket headunit? Go to Best Buy (here in Canada Futureshop) they will be-able to get it.
     
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    Ebay, thats where I got mine. Or a wrecking yard.
     
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    redripper Active Member

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    crutchfield.com thats the hook up
     
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    Lightning Struck Well-Known Member

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    yea they have some good stuff
     
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    Thanks guys

    Yeah Im thinking about getting an aftermarket stereo, and dont want a empty hole when I remove the CD player.

    Thanks again for the info..... :thumb:
     
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    50resto.com, (latemodelrestoration.com) same site, has them cheap. I looked them up a while ago because I had a guy offering me an alpine head dirt cheap, but I didn't get it because I decided I wanted to put some gauges in my car. I don't like A-pillar pods though, so I was looking for gauge clusters to fit a radio slot, and found that. Never did find a gauge cluster, guess I'll have to make one.