Mombu the Chevrolet Forum sponsored links

Go Back   Mombu the Chevrolet Forum > Chevrolet > Dashboard Replacement
User Name
Password
REGISTER NOW! Mark Forums Read

sponsored links


Reply
 
1 26th August 13:34
exodus119
External User
 
Posts: 1
Default Dashboard Replacement


I drive a 1992 silverado that I've owned since it was new and well, it's
seen better days. It runs pretty well, but cosmetically its falling apart.
I have looked high and low for a new dashboard to replace my old cracked and
falling apart one. Does anyone have any clue where to find one? Google
searches arent giving me much on this. Thanks!


-Exodus119

The best way to earn cash on the net:

A lot of people make a living from this book, you can too!

http://payaid.richjerk.hop.clickbank.net/
  Reply With Quote


  sponsored links


2 26th August 13:34
mudmonkey
External User
 
Posts: 1
Default Dashboard Replacement


lmc truck
  Reply With Quote
3 26th August 14:31
newsskimmer
External User
 
Posts: 1
Default Dashboard Replacement


I've got the same problem with my 93. The other day all three of the clips
in the defroster area broke and the crack near the glove box traveled end to
end. Now the whole friggen' thing bounces up and down when you hit a bump.
Maybe I'll just pop rivet some ss sheet metal across the whole damn thing.
I'm surprised it lasted this long. It first cracked after about 6 years.
What a joke. They should have built it with a replaceable deck like the
84ish Camaro. The auto makers should make that top layer replaceable....just
like the tires.
  Reply With Quote
4 26th August 14:31
hds
External User
 
Posts: 1
Default Dashboard Replacement


-----------------


lmctruck.com
  Reply With Quote
5 26th August 15:17
jbdragon
External User
 
Posts: 1
Default Dashboard Replacement


I keep my Windshield blocked with a Reflective like Cover that blocks out
the sun and cuts down on quite a bit of heat build up inside the truck on
Hot days. When it's parked, the cover goes up. Does a good job, I hope
besides keeping the heat down inside when parked, when I remove it, it's
like BAM, the heat just hits you, so I usually let the truck run with the AC
on a couple minutes before I remove the cover, I'm also hoping it'll allow
the Dash to hold up a lot better, a lot longer. My truck is only a 03, but
it still looks brand new after 4 years. I have one of the Custom one's
that fits my windshield exactly. Only takes a few seconds to throw up when
I park. My truck is always outside, not in a Garage.

If you could only tint your Windshield, that would help, but you can't. I
see screwed up dashes on all kinds of cars as they age. This time I'm
trying a little Preventive Maintenance. Even if it doesn't help the Dash
much, (and I think it will) at least it cuts out a lot of heat and keeps my
Dark Grey truck a whole lot cooler in the Summer when I hop into it.
  Reply With Quote
6 15th November 07:31
exodus119
External User
 
Posts: 1
Default Dashboard Replacement


I drive a 1992 silverado that I've owned since it was new and well, it's
seen better days. It runs pretty well, but cosmetically its falling apart.
I have looked high and low for a new dashboard to replace my old cracked and
falling apart one. Does anyone have any clue where to find one? Google
searches arent giving me much on this. Thanks!


-Exodus119

The best way to earn cash on the net:

A lot of people make a living from this book, you can too!

http://payaid.richjerk.hop.clickbank.net/
  Reply With Quote
7 15th November 07:31
mudmonkey
External User
 
Posts: 1
Default Dashboard Replacement


lmc truck
  Reply With Quote
8 15th November 09:04
newsskimmer
External User
 
Posts: 1
Default Dashboard Replacement


I've got the same problem with my 93. The other day all three of the clips
in the defroster area broke and the crack near the glove box traveled end to
end. Now the whole friggen' thing bounces up and down when you hit a bump.
Maybe I'll just pop rivet some ss sheet metal across the whole damn thing.
I'm surprised it lasted this long. It first cracked after about 6 years.
What a joke. They should have built it with a replaceable deck like the
84ish Camaro. The auto makers should make that top layer replaceable....just
like the tires.
  Reply With Quote
9 15th November 09:04
hds
External User
 
Posts: 1
Default Dashboard Replacement


-----------------


lmctruck.com
  Reply With Quote
10 15th November 10:33
jbdragon
External User
 
Posts: 1
Default Dashboard Replacement


I keep my Windshield blocked with a Reflective like Cover that blocks out
the sun and cuts down on quite a bit of heat build up inside the truck on
Hot days. When it's parked, the cover goes up. Does a good job, I hope
besides keeping the heat down inside when parked, when I remove it, it's
like BAM, the heat just hits you, so I usually let the truck run with the AC
on a couple minutes before I remove the cover, I'm also hoping it'll allow
the Dash to hold up a lot better, a lot longer. My truck is only a 03, but
it still looks brand new after 4 years. I have one of the Custom one's
that fits my windshield exactly. Only takes a few seconds to throw up when
I park. My truck is always outside, not in a Garage.

If you could only tint your Windshield, that would help, but you can't. I
see screwed up dashes on all kinds of cars as they age. This time I'm
trying a little Preventive Maintenance. Even if it doesn't help the Dash
much, (and I think it will) at least it cuts out a lot of heat and keeps my
Dark Grey truck a whole lot cooler in the Summer when I hop into it.
  Reply With Quote


  sponsored links


Reply


Thread Tools
Display Modes




Copyright 2006 SmartyDevil.com - Dies Mies Jeschet Boenedoesef Douvema Enitemaus -
666