Ford E-series Wood Grain Dash Kits

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    It’s big and bad, and known for getting the job done. But that doesn’t mean your sense of style has to be absent from the equation. In fact, it is quite the opposite. At CARiD.com, we want you to get involved, which is why we are one of the only places where you will find a full selection of Ford E-Series Wood Dash Kits in all of the most vibrant finishes available. Real Woods, Real Carbon Fiber, Synthetics, and Aluminum are just the beginning of what’s in store for your hauler. We depend on expert manufacturers like B&I and Sherwood® to deliver the outstanding quality Ford E-Series Wood Grain that makes a difference. That means a perfect OEM fitment to each sharp angle and curve your dash panel presents along with unrivaled durability. All Ford E-Series Wood Dash Kits come supported by a Lifetime Warranty to ease any and all concerns. This is truly “the best of the best” when it comes to E-Series interior custom options. Nothing else even comes close. If you’re looking to ignite a whole new feeling of personality and class to your dash, CARiD.com is where you need to be!

    Offered in a wide selection of material and finish options, dash kits are a spicy upgrade that can suit the needs and preferences of all customers. Whether you are surfing for the smartness of genuine wood or the funkiness of carbon fiber, we have what you need and more than you expect. Flat and molded dash kits made of genuine wood, aluminum, carbon fiber, and synthetic materials - they all are waiting for you on our digital shelves. If it's hard for you to make your choice, you can always check 12 dash kit reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars to find the product that is perfect for you.



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    Molded vs Flat Dash KitsMolded vs Flat Dash Kits
    There are two types of dashboard kits available on the market today: flat and molded. The difference between these two is based on the shape of the dashboard a vehicle has. Some cars are coming out with a flat panel while others have a board that is curved around the edges or in 3D shapes. Correspondingly, molded dash kits are suitable for the latter kind of the dashboard, whereas flat dash kits are perfect for the first-mentioned type.
    Many people think that the genuine material always is better than materials imitating other materials. Even if the real wood is encased in plastic materials it cannot be completely isolated from the environment. Modern synthetic wood materials are so similar to the original that it takes the eye of a true expert to tell them apart.

    Customer Reviews
    5(5)
    2006 Ford E-series
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    "Decided to enhance appearance of cab on my RV, Ford E-450, Product offered by CARiD far superior to anything I found. Very pleased with purchase. More than met expectations. The website was very helpful and easy to use. Instructions and video (on website) very helpful. Ordering was a very simple process. Installation took some time, however all pieces fit perfectly. Must ensure to thoroughly clean surface area prior to installation. Would not hesitate to order product from CARiD. "

    4.5(4.5)
    2002 Ford E-series
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    "The wood trim kit was as described. I like the appearance, and it is of good quality. That said, attaching the large dash piece was not easy! I started at the left and gradually applied to the right, with someone holding the other end. Even though I practiced ahead of time, and started very flush to the left edge, I ended up with the piece being a little long on the right, requiring a little trimming so the edge would lay flat. There are also some small areas where the edges are wavy and won't lay flat. I may try a heat gun on them. All in all, it looks pretty good. The main issue for me was that one packet of the adhesion prep. was not enough. They should provide at least two."

    5(5)
    2009 Ford E-series
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    "This was a fantastically easy kit to install! It took my wife and me about 30 minutes to put the kit in. It would have been quicker, except we thought it was going to be harder than we thought. So we spent some time laying out the pieces. We could have just pulled them from the two cardboard layouts and put right into a place and completed the whole thing within 15 to 20 minutes. A word of caution though, sometimes the red tape back gets stuck to the cardboard so you may need to stick the part as you pull the parts free - so they don’t stick to something else! We were able to remove a couple of pieces after we put them on the dash and reposition but I would suggest you follow the warning sticker and make sure you do it right the first time as it was VERY hard to pull off."