New Dash?

Discussion in 'OEM and Custom Interiors' started by blackhawk17, Sep 20, 2018.

  1. blackhawk17

    blackhawk17 OBS Enthusiast

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    Has anyone found a company who sells the actual dashboard for the 88-94 trucks? I've talked to LMC Truck on the phone, and someone else (can't remember) with no luck. If I can't find a whole replacement I guess I'll just go with the Dash cover from LMC.
     
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    I followed that link and it took me to qualitycarinterior.com. The product that they have looks exactly the same as what LMC Truck has. That's more than likely the way I'll have to go. Thanks for your help.
     
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    I am sorry try this one http://coverlaymfg.com/
     
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    I've seen that guy before but forgot about him. Thanks.
     
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    Junkyard is going to be the only way to find an OEM dash. Even if you can find a "good" dash it will likely still be brittle on the top. I pulled two dashes from the junk yards before I got a decent one, and I had to paint it to match. ABS plastic(what these are all made from, even in 2018) gets very brittle with sun exposure. Use those sun shades! I saw a 2015 the other day that had a nice crack growing in the dash.
     
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    I picked up a clean dash shell 5 years ago for $50 at Pick-a-Part (Check my thread out.) Any way about 4 months ago I noticed A HAIR LINE CRACK has developed! Right smack down the middle. Broke my heart. I kept it out of the sun, conditioned it, kept it clean and did eveything too preserve it too. The dash for my 92 has been discontinued by GM long ago. And when they were still available they were around $900 just for the shell itself. So Ijust picked up another one on Craigs List in great condition for $200 a few weeks ago. Well worth it. There out there just have to keep an eagle eye out for them. Good luck!
     
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    I recently picked up a dash out of a 90 in perfect condition for my 92. Dirty as hell but can be easily cleaned , so for $100 i jumped on it. I've looked for yrs and never found one that wasnt cracked in Texas. The heat here just dries these dashes out bad.. not sure if keeping it covered and parked in the shade would even help it. I will have to modify the clusters plug area to fit the 92 gauges but I'm willing to deal with that
     

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