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I don't know the technical term for the part (see the pic), but I need the dash bezel where the radio/HVAC is. Apparently, when I swapped out my HVAC panel last time, I tightened the screws too tight (into the plastic), and after about a month, they all shattered. Oops. I'm going to try and superglue the panel in for now, but I would like it to be correct. That is, if I can do it affordably, ya know.... Also, if you can include four screws, that would be a great help.
Do you just need the middle section? I have the whole unit but I drilled holes in the outer section, on both sides, for my heated seat switches. Then I decided I wanted a Laramie dash so I pulled this one out. You're welcome to it but I don't know how easy it will be to get the center section off of the outer part....
Preferably, I'd like an unmolested, stock piece. I need the whole plastic piece I have pictured above (it can be without the storage pocket, t-case selector, and the other stuff that screws on and off, mind you). I'm not saying No just yet, but I really would like a 'clean' one - if I exhaust a search, I'll be very happy to meet up with you.
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