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Old 01-05-2014, 06:32 PM   #1
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I've got some broken tabs on my dash where it screws down to the frame, and other wear on the dash, any ideas where I can find one that's not broken or where to get mine fixed? The JY's are dry, I haven't found any online either. I only find the dash pads.
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Have any mustang shops nearby? I know we have a ton in the KC area.
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Unfortunately NO, mustangs aren't too popular in CO Rockies.
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I'd just hunt up cl then, eBay. But then they would get you on shipping.
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Does nobody do remolding of plastic parts or anything?
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You could always try your hand at fiberglass molding it. But other than that your best bet it Craigslist or eBay..
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Edit: just saw you probably have a fox...

Swapping the pads is easy once the dash is out. If its the metal part of the dash then you'll need a new dash. If you have a 4 eye like in your avatar now might be a good time to upgrade to a 87-up interior.
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Old 01-06-2014, 04:40 PM   #8
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Yep, its a four eye. Thats my frustration with it. It's not the pad or the metal dash frame, it's the dash itself...the part that the pad bolts onto, and houses the gauges, radio, etc. I'm wanting to keep the car as stock looking as possible, but even the dashes I've found on CL have broken tabs as well. Maybe the fiberglass repair is the way to go on this one.
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