Double din air vent cutout.

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Extrawubbs

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I ordered a double din but i dont really like how low it will be if i get the plastic cover/holder thingy. Would it be hard to just cut a big ass hole in that plastic part and just remove the air vents? Would i have any issues?
 

99xcss4

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do not know if any here has done that most people use the dash kit or make their own if they are skilled enough to do so you have to remember that just because it is mounted kind of low it is also slight angled up both single din and double din kits for 88-94 are that way

hopefully some one that knows more will reply
 

Erik the Awful

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88-94 but i was just wondering if anyone else put the head unit where the air vents are instead of below them
I have my double-DIN kit sitting with the rest of the interior stuff that'll got into Roscoe once I get other projects out of the way. I haven't actually installed one yet.
 

RacerM95

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I have both ways to do it, the single din looks nicer (kinda limited to features though) The Double DIN takes a fair amount of surgery to get in. If you have factory cup holders they have to go.
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