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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-17-2000, 10:21 PM
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Dashes- Once Again

Who sells replacment dashes for a CJ7? Custom and Factory? I need one soon.....

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muddy- a little off the subject but were did you learn how to weld? I have been working my folks like crazy and i think my dad is about ready to give in !! Now i've got to figure out how to fix the darn thing. Thanks

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4WD Hardware sells blank steel dashes and Stainless dashes (ss ones are all cut out) or you could get a diamondplate one from RJR Products http://www.rjrproducts.com.

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Four wheel drive hardware has all types, With or without cut outs for radio and speakers, guages, and glove box. Unfinished or stainless from $130 to $200. They all have holes for the indicator lamps, control knobs, and steering column The fit is perfect but the replacement dashes don't wrap around as far as the original so you might have to touch up behind the dash. I think quadratrac also sells them but without all the options.

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Tim.. I joined a new club in our area.. made some friends then asked a few guys to teach me.. Welding is pretty much the easiest thing you could possibly do.

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A friend built this comepletely custom dash for his project Jeep recently - aluminum, etched for a textured grey look, and clear coated. I think it looks great [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]







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How much are the RJR diamond plate ones? I was looking on there site and didn't see any prices.

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uhm.. I am thinking about getting some metal cut for me.. and just building it myself...

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Re: Dashes- Once Again

well i used one of those uncut dashes.. and had a machine shop cut the holes.. way cheap.. only cause i got the dash really cheap.. but if you got the metal.. and just had the machine shop do the holes.. it shouldnt be that bad..

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