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Stock size stereo?

Discussion in 'Audio' started by GRINCH, Jul 31, 2005.

  1. GRINCH

    GRINCH 1/2 ton status

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    I do not want to cut the bezel on my 82 GMC, It's mint.
    Where can I find a radio to fit? Do I have to find a stock unit?
    IF you have one I will buy it.
    Thanks
     
  2. Cmoe

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    you just need to find a dual shaft Aftermarket deck ( they have adjustable shafts) I've seen them in the LMC catalog, but they are cost a lot.
     
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    You can always mount a aftermarket CD player in the glovebox, console, under seat, ...ect. Or get a dual shaft cassette deck with CD changer controles.
     
  4. GRINCH

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    Saw them.. They were very expensive for what they offer.
     
  5. tuffdogstudio

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    The salvage yards around here have shaft style aftermarket stereos in the cars still, they dont bother bulling them anymore, prolly have all you want of them for a couple bucks each at your local junk yard, just keep an eye open for one in decent shape. Look in all older vehicles as the shafts are adjustable to fit almost any vehicle.
     

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