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Just ordered my dash kit from edashkits.com tonight. It is the CR3005G with the "HEMI C" logo. I did so based on all the great dash kit information and pictures I found on this forum, especially Northern Rider's recent post about "Installing a Dash Kit." I have the tortoise shell trim and it's been quite a debate which color to go with. I chose the synthetic walnut burl, based on the pictures posted here and on other internet sites. You folks are the greatest and I really appreciate your input :) . Can't wait 'till it's installed. Still debating whether to do it my self or let a local company do it for $65 per hour.

By the way ecool, at age 57, I should be a senior member - hint hint ;)

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Do it yourself,I did.
Wasn't difficult at al,I rather enjoyed watching all the pieces go on and seeing the interior come alive.Just take your time,make sure the pieces are warm (makes them easier to install).Plus the satisfaction that you did it yourself. :cool:
And I am 58.
 

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VanillaYilla said:
Just ordered my dash kit from edashkits.com tonight. It is the CR3005G with the "HEMI C" logo. I did so based on all the great dash kit information and pictures I found on this forum, especially Northern Rider's recent post about "Installing a Dash Kit." I have the tortoise shell trim and it's been quite a debate which color to go with. I chose the synthetic walnut burl, based on the pictures posted here and on other internet sites. You folks are the greatest and I really appreciate your input :) . Can't wait 'till it's installed. Still debating whether to do it my self or let a local company do it for $65 per hour.

By the way ecool, at age 57, I should be a senior member - hint hint ;)

Thanks again
I installed mine, actually pretty easy. Just take your time, be sure to dry fit so you know how the piece is suppose to fit. Use a hair dryer to warm/soften the piece.

It will blow everyones mind when you tell them you did it yourself.
 

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VanillaYilla said:
Just ordered my dash kit from edashkits.com tonight.

By the way ecool, at age 57, I should be a senior member - hint hint ;)

Thanks again
You'll get there with time :) Everyone starts fresh here, regardless of age :)

But, this does bring up a point I wanted to mention. The supporting vendors on this site make it possible for us to exist. They pay for the privilege to advertise here, and without them, we wouldnt have this site.

Please consider using a supporting vendor for future purchases. I realize they may not have what you want, etc, etc.. but at least consider them before you look to a vendor outside the site that couldnt give 2 shits about wether we wither and die or not.
 

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Well when the supporting vendors don't even reply back to a thread, it doesn't really make you want to purchase from them.

The Mopar Super Center guys are great. But NYCDashes I am not so impressed with.
 
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