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    innstalling an indash

    i have a 95 jeep cherokee are there any tricks to installining an in dash when i folds out it hits the dash how can i do this without it hitting







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    Re: innstalling an indash

    Which model dash kit are you using? DIN or ISO mount? What head unit?



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    Re: innstalling an indash

    its the jensen 9411 indash i dont know din or iso din




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    Re: innstalling an indash

    DIN = using a cage, ISO = screwed into brackets on the side of the radio. If it's cage mounted, then get a Metra 87-30-0125. It's a DIN spacer, that'll bring the whole cage our slightly. If it's ISO mounted, you'll have to make new holes in the kit, or stretch out the current ones, to get it screwed in where you need it.



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