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i'm just wondering if the '04-'05 wood dash kit fits the new '06 and how hard to install them :confused:. i've found some on ebay but not sure about the quality. any suggestions/comments/ideas are appreciated ;). thank you.
 

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bigsuv said:
i'm just wondering if the '04-'05 wood dash kit fits the new '06 and how hard to install them :confused:. i've found some on ebay but not sure about the quality. any suggestions/comments/ideas are appreciated ;). thank you.
Check with Jason of Burtman industries, one of our sponsors. ;)
 

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bigsuv said:
i did checked out his site but doesn't have the dash kit for '06 :(.
Contact Jason. He could tell you if they fit and the differences between moulded, real, synthetic, etc. Send him a PM or call him.

I would think they would be identical with the one exception of maybe the switch for the side mirror but I don't know. Options are the same as '05. ;)
 

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bigsuv said:
is the real wood kit molded or flat :confused:?
Flat, real wood can't be molded. This isn't an issue though. Just about all the kits we sell are real wood and look incredible. The depth can't be beat.

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The 2006 armada kit is now avail! There were some changes to the radio and the new 06 kit is ready and can be ordered on the site

www.burtmanindustries.com
 

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I've sold both and the reason molded isn't popular is it can't be made in REAL WOOD. It can't and will never have the depth of real wood. Honestly, 99% of what we sell are the flat real and they look great.



EDIT:

The 2006 armada kit is now avail! There were some changes to the radio and the new 06 kit is ready and can be ordered on the site

www.burtmanindustries.com
 
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