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Whats The Plastic Thing From Where The Head Unit Is Called?


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Hey, when i bought my r33 the guyt ookt he DVD Player out, therefore it has a Huge Square hole i need to get filled..

1st. imma get an mp3 player.. which will only fit half of it

the other half i need the plastic thing?

Whats it called lol..

Is it expensive? WHere can i buy it D:

Thankz.

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You are referring to a "DIN" slot.

You can get any number of things to fill it up.

You can make a blanking plate for it in which to put gauges or an EBC. You can get pockets or cd holders or even cup trays and what not.

http://shop.ebay.com.au/?_from=R40&_tr...-All-Categories

JB/Supercheap/Repco typically have pockets in stock.

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Hey, when i bought my r33 the guyt ookt he DVD Player out, therefore it has a Huge Square hole i need to get filled..

1st. imma get an mp3 player.. which will only fit half of it

the other half i need the plastic thing?

Whats it called lol..

Is it expensive? WHere can i buy it D:

Thankz.

depends what you want to put in that spare hole... each "hole" is called a "DIN" so either you can get a double DIN player which will cover the whole gap... or get a single DIN mp3 player and go to SCA or repco to buy something that will fill in the spare DIN. u can get many different things to put in there (cup holders, draws, MP3 docks0 your choice.

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