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Old 05/30/2003, 10:47 PM   #5
Jayscal
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Re:Dashpad replacement

Thanks for the responses. I had read years ago, that the replacement pads don't have the holes punched, and you have to trace the holes from your existing dash pad. There was something about using a hair dryer to heat and relax the new pad to stretch over the ends. I am not worried about the mechanical aspect of removing the old pad, now I just wonder about the fit and quality of the aftermarket replacements. This is what has held me up on this for years, I only hope by now they have good replacement pads.

Brad, have you installed a new pad? Where did you purchase it from?
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