|Item Weight||7.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||14 x 8 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||99-6000|
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Metra 99-6000 Single DIN Installation Kit for 1974-2003 Chrysler, Dodge, Eagle, Jeep, and Plymouth Vehicles
|Price:||$11.90 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
- Metra Patented Quick Release Snap In Iso Mount System
- Contoured And Textured To Match Factory Dash
- Includes Parts For Installation Of Double Din Radios Or Two Single Din Radios
- Install dash kit for Single DIN/ISO Radios
- Includes a storage pocket below the radio
- Designed and manufactured with precision tolerances, resulting in a gapless fit between the dash and the kit
- Painted to match factory dash color
- High-grade ABS plastic construction
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Professional Installer Series Turbo Kit Offers Iso Din And Din. Contoured And Textured To Match Factory Dashboard. All Necessary Hardware Included For Easy Installation. Metra Patented Quick Release Snap In Iso Mount System. Contoured And Textured To Match Factory Dash. Includes Parts For Installation Of Double Din Radios Or Two Single Din Radios.
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The CD storage is a nice touch to fill up the extra space, but I don't use it very much. Overall, it did what I needed it to do, it fit nice and tight to both the head unit, and the Jeep itself, and it looks nice while doing it. I'm glad I got this instead of just stuffing the head unit into the dash like I was originally going to.
The little storage area underneath worked good for me for a couple of things. First one was to put the microphone for the bluetooth there. Second was to use some foam rubber that would fit snugly in that area and then put the clips on an air vent cell phone holder onto the foam and jam it in there. It holds it great and it's a good spot for the cell phone.
I haven't installed a stereo in almost 25+ years, was a little surprised about not having to screw the stereo into the adapter. Bending the metal tabs on the mounting sleeve worked great though and held the stereo firmly and no wobble. You won't really be able to bend the bottom tabs down though with this adapter, can only use the side and top tabs.
If you are replacing your speakers, I highly recommend the SAK011_55 speaker spacer rings. I had to use them for the rear speakers, but was able to screw into the stock plastic mounts for the front speakers. If you don't want to cut the harness also get either the Metra 72-6512 or Scosche SHCR03B speaker wire adapters.
I used the Metra 70-1817 adapter for wiring the stereo in, very easy just match up the colors to the new radio harness. Be sure to connect the blue wire if you have the Infinity amp. No easy way to bypass the amp if you are wondering, hard to find connectors with the correct wiring. I left it in and it sounds fine to me even though the new speakers are 4 ohm (stock speakers are 2 ohm), but I don't blast music really loud either. I also did a "breadboard" sorta thing with 18 AWG solid core thermostat wire (Lowes) and did bypass it for a couple days but didn't really notice any difference so hooked the amp back up.