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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit Fits select 1997-2002 Honda and Saab vehicles — single-DIN radios (Black)

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About the Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Metra 99-7893 kit

The Metra 99-7893 kit allows you to install a single-DIN (2" tall) car stereo in your vehicle's dash opening. Please enter your vehicle information or call an Advisor at 1-888-955-6000 to find out if this kit is compatible with your vehicle. Warranty: 1 year.

What's in the box:

  • Radio housing w/ pocket
  • Installation Instructions
MFR #99-7893

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What is the best tool for cutting this? I need to cut a portion of the top off so it will fit my Saab.
joseph  Jul 01, 2019
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Whack off what you don't want with a die grinder/cutoff wheel or just wire cutters, leaving 1/8 inch stubs on the good part. Then figure out a clamping method to hold it on your bench. Gently file off the stubs with a fine-pitch file, leaving a smooth finish. Hand buff with sand paper if you want a pebble-ish surface.
ted  Jul 12, 2019
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I actually used a belt sander to grind the top down. Went pretty quickly, and I was able to get a pretty decent finish on it.
christopher  Jul 12, 2019

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