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Old 02-23-2011, 07:43 PM   #1
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My interior is in pretty crappy shape. Is there a web-site that sells all the dash replacement parts for it. I have a 1997 tj. Thanks in advance

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Quite a few places on e-bay. I got some A/C knobs from Oconee off road. I've seen some pretty critical stuff about them on the interweb, but I got good service.

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I found it cheaper to go to the dealer on most if the little things like knobs for hvac and such. No shipping. I just bought a knob for one on my ac and it was less than $5.00.
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Old 02-24-2011, 04:07 AM   #4
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jeepsareus.com is great for that stuff
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Moparpartsamerica will have everything cheaper than the dealer. Find yourself a TJ parts list for your year and go wild!
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just checking- is it control switches/knobs-dash panels-floor console-what are you looking for? or maybe better question is what are you trying to fix or replace?
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just checking- is it control switches/knobs-dash panels-floor console-what are you looking for? or maybe better question is what are you trying to fix or replace?

Basically all the dash. From the glove box to the center console. The Whole dash is just sun bleached and scratches and dirt that won't come out. Plus I want to get rid of the spice color and do it all in gray. And thanks for the responses everyone
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Old 02-24-2011, 05:39 PM   #8
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About your best bet is Craigslist and e-bay. Also go to www.floridajeepers.net . They have a for sale section. I just saw a full dash set up on one of these sites recently.

I see you're in St. Augustine. It's a bit of a drive, but check out Jeeper's Den in Orlando (East 50 close to Oviedo) as well as Just Jeeps in Longwood. They usually have a decent supply of used parts handy.
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Daveysjeep is also a really good resource for this kind of thing
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Basically all the dash. From the glove box to the center console. The Whole dash is just sun bleached and scratches and dirt that won't come out. Plus I want to get rid of the spice color and do it all in gray. And thanks for the responses everyone
Maybe not for you-but there was another member on here a couple days ago who repainted everything. IDK maybe about the same amount of work but probably a little cheaper. Would assume you need a paint for plastics. If none of the plastic is cracked maybe another choice?

Good Luck how about before and after pics?
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Maybe not for you-but there was another member on here a couple days ago who repainted everything. IDK maybe about the same amount of work but probably a little cheaper. Would assume you need a paint for plastics. If none of the plastic is cracked maybe another choice?

Good Luck how about before and after pics?

I really hadn't even thought of that. There are no major cracks or anything just durty and sun worn. Thanks for the idea! Will def have to look into this. If anyone that reads this has done this, then can you please share how it turned out? Thanks
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I know Krylon makes a spray paint specifically for plastic. My son used it on his fender flares last year and they look great.
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Go to automotive paint supplier and get a product called sem color coat.You can get it in any factory color. Comes in a spray can and works great. I did mine black last year and it still looks new. You can use it on the dash, seats and the carpet. I did mine in black and it looks really good

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I also did mine with the color coat but I had terrible luck. Mine has flaked off bad and I can't get it to stick at all. Other than my luck I have heard great things about this stuff.
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I checked into the duplicolor product and they have some cool stuff! Check out their web-site or youtube them. I am going to def go this route! Thanks to everyone for their posts! You guys are rocking and a wrangling!

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