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Old 05-19-2004, 03:39 PM
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6-Disc in-dash from '03 Lightning to '02 Harley....

Looks like it would work but there's a bracket sloping down that stops the 6 disc in-dash from sliding in. Anybody got any input? Can this be removed?
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I've heard some people have cut that piece to install some larger (double DIN) stereos. I don't think it does any harm, but double check on that. Maybe if you post at the car audio/video forum, someone can verify this.
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I have cut the bracket on several of my trucks with no ill effect. As a matter of fact ford does sell a correct version to fit. But why?

Read following http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=233409
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