Craig (Commiefornia) | January 2nd, 2023
I just started restoring my OBS Super Duty back to its original glory. I don’t have as many problems as I see other people have, as I’m the original owner, but never the less, I do have some of the common problems. Great part for an irritating problem. I wish you guys made additional brackets for the dash. I have other broken tabs underneath as a result. I’ll have to make my own brackets to fix the problem. These trucks are super easy to work on especially with CP helpful videos. Going to get this big pig running to irritate the electric libs out here!
Andrew | July 24th, 2022
So nice no longer having a bouncing dash. Dash is rigid now. Installation is on the moderate difficulty. I recommend buying the harbor freight 15 dollar 90 degree drill attachment that chucks into a standard drill and cutting your drill bit into a stubby or you will have a tough time drilling the holes.
Nate (CA) | July 21st, 2022
I didn’t have a right angle drill, or anyway to drill the holes.
I ended up melting the holes through with my wood burner/soldering iron. It actually ended up being easier as I was able the cut the old remaining clip off by melting it.
Krogo | March 24th, 2022
It's precisely what every OBS needs.
A right angle drill comes in SUPER handy.
David Ashworth | September 19th, 2021
Great quality and fitment. Directions are okay and would be better with a link to the reference manual (since you are NOT printing directions). Should let buyers know that you MUST have a right angle drill to drill the holes or almost completely remove the dash or remove the door. I would still give this product five stars.