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Thread: Started my 95 Tahoe Dash w/ 8" Touchscreen.

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    Clean job, I have a 97 Hoe also and I'm gona do the same to mine. Where can I find the products that you used?

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    Clean job, I have a 97 Hoe also and I think I'm gona go ahead and do the same. Where can I find the products that you used?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bring View Post
    Clean job, I have a 97 Hoe also and I'm gona do the same to mine. Where can I find the products that you used?
    goferauto.com

    http://www.levineautoparts.com/dursemplasre.html

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    Possible to find out some information about this?

    If the OP can chime in, What should I sand with? Was that a 4x4, where'd you put the controls, and what did you do to the AC harness to make it fit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by djtecthreat View Post
    Possible to find out some information about this?

    If the OP can chime in, What should I sand with? Was that a 4x4, where'd you put the controls, and what did you do to the AC harness to make it fit?
    He sanded from a low grit to a high git. body filler he used was rage gold. but he held the screen in place with Duramix4040.

    the ac the factory plastic bracket had to be slightly modified he used ABS plastic.

    do you not see the pictures? controls are obvious...

    screen name here use to be MegaloRESE15"

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    Yeah, you didn't really answer any of my questions. I asked what he sanded with (meaning what grit, and was it by hand or with a sander). I asked if there were 4x4 controls, and where he located them if there were. And i asked what he did to the AC "harness" to make it fit, meaning the plugs on the back.

    Pic's don't reveal any of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djtecthreat View Post
    Yeah, you didn't really answer any of my questions. I asked
    1. what he sanded with (meaning what grit, and was it by hand or with a sander).
    2. I asked if there were 4x4 controls, and
    3. where he located them if there were. And i asked
    4. what he did to the AC "harness" to make it fit, meaning the plugs on the back.

    Pic's don't reveal any of this.
    I have seen his SUV before, he explained a lot of it he even did the work on my dash.

    1. this really shouldnt be a question honestly, you start from a very low git to get all the rough spots out then move on higher and higher to get it smoother and smoother. (Its more user preference if you get what I mean, but the "low to high grit" is a good guide to achieve the smoothness if thats what you are looking for) He did sanding by hand, the RAGe GOLD makes it extremely easy to sand which played a good part.

    2. iirc he had the basic model Tahoe, it didnt have anything fancy like 4x4 controls

    3. cant relocate something that isnt there

    4. he said he just took the connector part off the board(male side) to make the f-connector side fit comfortably with the dropped ac controls lower. i hope I worded that good.

    btw he no longer has this Tahoe he has an Acura now.
    screen name here use to be MegaloRESE15"

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    1. Better answer to the question, i guess.

    2. I have the basic model tahoe, which just so happens to have electronic 4x4 controls. This isn't "Fancy" its a way to switch the 4x4 on or off if you have it.

    4. My connector is actually part of the controls, (molded into the plastic) so that may not come off for me. Looks like more dremel work.

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    That look great. Nice job.

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    i know this is an oollllllld thread, but do you still have the pics for this? They aren't working and I am trying to get ideas about my 95 suburban. Thanks :-)

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