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 Post subject: Oak frame for TV opening
PostPosted: September 2nd, 2017, 5:11 am 
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Looking to buy the oak frame/surround for the TV cutout (opening on overhead cab) for my 2001 Concourse.
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PostPosted: September 2nd, 2017, 10:21 am 
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I might have that still. But I won't know until November at the earliest, so if you can find it from someone else then don't hold out for me (it's possible I don't even have it anymore).

I will say that on my rig it was nothing to write home about. Just basically four strips of oak stapled together and then screwed into place with the long/thin black Robertson screws from the outside. But maybe you already know that and want to use another matching one for an enlarged hole on the VCR side? (That's what I did - made equal square holes, but am just not going back with oak.) In that case, who cares that it wasn't the ultimate as you'd have two matching, just like that.

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Blue~Go wrote:
But maybe you already know that and want to use another matching one for an enlarged hole on the VCR side? (That's what I did - made equal square holes, but am just not going back with oak.) In that case, who cares that it wasn't the ultimate as you'd have two matching, just like that.



Blue... that is exactly what I'm looking to do! So, if you have that piece, I'll take it. I can wait. Let me know when you can.
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If you don't hear from me by mid-November, feel free to drop me a PM. That's around when I should be at the "Chinook parts depot."

And of course if anyone else can help Hoosier out in the meantime, please do (because it's possible I don't still have the piece).

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