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    How easy is it to install the single DIN radio cage into the double DIN space.

    Pictures I have seen show you to bend the tabs in the cage to hold it inside the space, but in a double DIN space surely there aren't too many places to secure it.

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    the tabs would be bent to fit behind the single din fascia...

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    Quote Originally Posted by philzi
    the tabs would be bent to fit behind the single din fascia...
    Agree...... But won't stop thieves as the single din facia is all that robust in my opinion. Still looking for a way myself.

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    you take original cage out and the new facia just clips in around plastic by the switches

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    The Single Din adapter itself is secured using a screw.....and the hole has metal clips in the kit to bolster it....it is pretty strong though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by philzi
    The Single Din adapter itself is secured using a screw.....and the hole has metal clips in the kit to bolster it....it is pretty strong though.
    Bought from vauxhall? Looks like i may have bought a cheapy.

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    Just picked my adapter plate up today from Bristol Street in Sunderland 24.99 it came with a harness adapter and some little metal plates that fit into the plastic these must be to make it that little more secure

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