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    headunit support

    hey chaps .. do i actualy need the black plastic bit that supports the headunit at the back ? is it defantly needed or can i get away with not having it

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    May people do away with it for more space, I have just done so myself and the headunits still in the dash. It's probably only there for the orgional headunit to screw into
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    You could just chop out the back bit if you only need more room at the back.

    I'm just about to do it myself

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    No, you do not need the back bit it is for the orginal headunit only as Andy said..


    m666edd no need to chop it out. Remove the screw and it comes out so not to sure why you are chopping anything..

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