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Old 11-04-2004, 05:10 PM   #1
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I've been looking all over for one for my 94 SSEi and I couldn't be happier with the price. I've talked to the guy already about his feedback and stuff and everything is fine. I can't wait to receive it and install it (how hard is it?).
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I think others here have bought that and were happy with it
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it looks like it doesn't have a hole for your gain control (do you have gain?)
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it looks like it doesn't have a hole for your gain control (do you have gain?)
Yeah, I have gain control but didn't think about that. ****.
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Just be gentle cutting and you should be fine... I have no experience with this though...
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If you have a dremel, just put on the small drill bit, cut corner holes, put up a straight edge, and cut away. I suggest cutting from in front, back, however some may disagree.


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Have you considered the OEM wood dash from the 92 SSEi? It was the only year offered, but a few have switched to it with wrecker parts.
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the gain control is so useless i know i would never miss it. maybe my speakers are blown, but they sure can't handle anything above a quarter of gain.
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Have you considered the OEM wood dash from the 92 SSEi? It was the only year offered, but a few have switched to it with wrecker parts.
I already bought this so I kind of don't have a choice. So, will it be easy to format it to fit my SSEi?
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