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Old 1st October 2009, 22:16   #11
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That Sat nav installation is rather classy i must say.
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Old 2nd October 2009, 16:34   #12
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I had brought a set a few weeks ago, damm now I will need the E46 Radio one as I am changing my head unit
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Old 2nd October 2009, 16:43   #13
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have you got the new colour Tony ? Seller will sell you an individual piece i would have thought
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Rob I believe its the newer red'er colour, once I have the head unit sorted out, I will contact him.
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Will he /does he do a surround for the front interior light aswell?...do like the rear one.
must say the horn surround just looks wrong and far to big for the buttons...needs to be chrome i think





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would the seller sell individual parts..the rear ash tray would be nice
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theres no walnut for the front interior light, maybe because its more curved than the rear, contact seller and ask if you want individual pieces he is very amenable.

Not 100% sure of the horn surrounds myself yet, but can easily be removed if i want to
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I cannot see why the Symphony radio piece still does not go round the buttons. If a mirror switch on the drivers side is no problem with all those cuts, the radio should be no problem.

It would improve the look no end and reduce all the black round the buttons.
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I cannot see why the Symphony radio piece still does not go round the buttons. If a mirror switch on the drivers side is no problem with all those cuts, the radio should be no problem.

It would improve the look no end and reduce all the black round the buttons.
the seller told me that some of our members didn't like the cut outs in stereo No's 15 and 16 on the schematic above, so he has removed them, he may put them back if you ask him as he must have the template.
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That's excellent news. I asked the walnut Dash co a while ago about doing precisely that. They said it wasn't possible as it would require re-jigging; re-toolng etc etc.

I will certainly be placing an order for a few bits. Many thanks Trebor for sorting all the research on this.

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