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Scosche ACM1

Universal marine receiver cover (Black)

Item # 142ACM1

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Item # 142ACM1

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$39.99

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About the Scosche ACM1

Protect that expensive in-dash receiver in your boat with this Scosche universal marine cover. The tinted design will match just about any interior, and the hinged cover will shield any single-DIN (or 2-shaft) radio from sun, salt, and spray. Outer dimensions: 9-7/8"W x 4-3/8"H x 3-15/16"D (with cover open). You can find more detailed dimensions in the Details tab. Warranty: 90 days.

What's in the box:

  • Universal water-resistant radio cover (black with tinted plastic hinged cover)
  • 2 Shaft radio inserts
  • Four 1-1/8" mounting screws
  • 4 Speed clips
  • Adhesive backed foam gasket
  • Instructions
  • Template
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Features

Overview: The Universal water-resistant radio cover protects your car stereo receiver in marine applications (or open off-road vehicles). The kit allows you to install most DIN or shaft receivers. The kit is mounted using the four included screws. The Kit's mounting hole spacing is 9.028" wide x 2.003" tall.

Hinged Cover: The kit features a tinted hinged cover with a spring-loaded latch. The heavy-duty hinged cover is supported by dual springs which support the cover while it's open.

Water Resistance: The kit includes a foam gasket to protect the receiver from water seeping in around the frame.

Dimensions:

  • Outer Dimensions:
    • Width: 9.820"
    • Height: 4.361"
    • Depth: 2.631" (3.885" with cover open)
  • Internal Cover Dimensions: allowable space for receiver's trim ring
    • Width: 7.604"
    • Height: 2.496"
  • Internal Depth: 0.937" (maximum receiver nose depth allowable)
  • Sleeve opening: allowable space for receiver's DIN sleeve or chassis--some slight filing to kit opening is possible
    • Width: 7.206"
    • Height: 2.094"
  • Opening required to mount kit:
    • Width: 8.260"
    • Height: 3.322"

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7 questions already asked

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Would this be a good option to cover a 3.5 inch gauge cut out hole to replace gauge size head unit for a standard sized one? Not liking the quality of the new but not improved circular marine radios.
[ Jeff  Mar 21, 2019 ]
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It should cover that because it needs a 8.260" wide x 3.322" tall cutout and covers a total area of 9.820" wide x 4.361" tall. Gauge style radios should not need more than a 3" tall cutout and cover less area than this does My Bio: https://www.crutchfield.com/bio/Paul
[ Paul  Apr 08, 2019 ]  Staff
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How far apart are the mounting holes (height and width)? Will this fit a standard single din receiver?
[ mike  Sep 17, 2016 ]
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I don't remember the distance between the mounting holes but I did have to enlarge my single din opening about a quarter of an inch so the cover could roll back when opened.
[ Mikey  Sep 20, 2016 ]
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can i use this on my Harley Street Glide?
[ stephanie  Apr 08, 2014 ]
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For details on fit or installation please contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to give you the details on if this will fit and what you will need for installation.
[ Krissy  Apr 10, 2014 ]  Staff
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My problem is I have a very thick firewall. Is the faceplate big enough for the cover to retract without hitting my firewall?
[ James  Aug 24, 2020 ]
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Most likely note, I installed it over a standard Kenwood marine radio/player, it was a very tight fit.
[ Chieftin  Aug 24, 2020 ]
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The answer is yes the face plate is big enough to cover. However, you will need to resize the firewall. Use the provided template and size the cutout and the face plate will cover no sweat!
[ Christopher  Aug 24, 2020 ]
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On my boat the cover was fine, but I was replacing an existing panel. The new panel was a tad bit bigger, so I had to cut the opening bigger.
[ Bruce  Aug 24, 2020 ]
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will this fit my jbl marine mr-18.5 on my pontoon?
[ Betty  Aug 03, 2020 ]
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We have not received any answers from other customers on your question. I would recommend reaching out to an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They should be able to help answer your question.
[ Calvin  Aug 21, 2020 ]  Staff
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will this unit accommodate my kenwood stereo kmr-d368bt?
[ APiacent  Apr 22, 2017 ]
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Yes it will Ihave it on my potoon boat works great, fits any single din radio
[ JAMES  Apr 24, 2017 ]
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Yes. I used it on my very crowded 4 Winns dash. Works great and reasonable price.
[ Tom  Apr 24, 2017 ]
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Yes. Should fit with no issues.
[ Jeffrey  Apr 23, 2017 ]
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It fits all standard single din units
[ William  Apr 23, 2017 ]
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Yes it will work. I have the same setup in my Baja 272.
[ Steven  Apr 23, 2017 ]
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Can this cover be installed on an old Ford Bronco that is used for hunting without a top?
[ Jimmy  Dec 16, 2013 ]
1 answer
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That would be a great application for this product. It would help to protect the in-dash receiver from the elements.
[ Jeff  Dec 17, 2013 ]  Staff
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