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DeeBe

Retro-Fit New Style Stereo.

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Hello!

As per the title, is it possbile, to fit this style/shape stereo:

ford6000cd_oval.jpg

into the dash that is meant to take this shape:

ford6000cd.jpg

I know the obvious shape difference and fitting differences (mine is four slim slots whereas the oval is four hidden screws), but if I could source the oval surround, are the four screw holes already in my dash to take it?

Thanks in advance! Dave.

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Dave there are 4 options in that shape bezel depending on radio spec they range from £27 to £68

Cheers

Graham

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Alright Graham! The flaps are champion! I'm trying to find out if the stereo's from the facelift (oval ones) will fit in my dashboard.

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Further to our phone call the ST Models have the same style radio have a look on google images 'focus st dash'

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Both stereos are Double-DIN, with different facia plates. I can't see it being much problem to make some screw holes for the new stereo. The only other problem is that some of the new Sony headunits do not have a keycode, instead are matched to the car using the VIN number.

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Thats what I thought. I think I'll have to remove my trim to have a looksee!!!

Cheers people!

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