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 #377540  by German300M
 February 3rd, 2019, 5:29 am
I'm looking for the speedometer dash trim bezel in dark slate/agate in good shape. No holes or scratches.

Part has to be shipped to Germany. Of course I pay for additional shipping costs.

If possible please send a picture of the part.

Thanks,
Markus
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 #378865  by Mottman
 April 29th, 2019, 7:17 pm
German300M,

Fake wood trim ?
Or real walnut trim ?
Dark walnut ?
Or light walnut ?

More details ( or a pic of you're original ) = better
chance you actually get what you really want.

Also, I thought I read somewhere, Chrysler made some
slight revisions to this part approx 2003 ?
( some will fit better than others )

Let us know.
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 #378881  by German300M
 May 1st, 2019, 10:17 am
Hi Mottman,

I'm looking only for the trim around the speedometer. It's dark slate.

I don't need the wood trims at all.

Here is the pic:

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 #379005  by Sneke_Eyez
 May 15th, 2019, 4:58 pm
German300M wrote: May 1st, 2019, 10:17 am Hi Mottman,

I'm looking only for the trim around the speedometer. It's dark slate.

I don't need the wood trims at all.
Just as an FYI - you need the real wood trim piece - even if the wood trim is not included.
The wood trim mounts to the speedometer surround - and the real wood trim mounts differently than the fake wood trim.
What you are showing there is the real wood trim surround.
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 #379009  by LUNAT1C
 May 16th, 2019, 5:22 pm
As Ryan said, the area where the wood is, is part of the speedometer bezel. If you have the faux wood interior (not the burlwood), then it's all one piece. The carbon fiber interiors use the same plastic trim piece, with the faux carbon design printed instead of the faux wood design. If you have the real wood interior (burlwood, with wood steering wheel), then that is a separate wood piece that is attached by nuts to the plastic trim piece.

If you have a real wood interior, then all you would need is the plastic trim if you don't need the wood applique as well. If you have the faux wood or faux carbon interior, then you're getting the whole thing no matter what, as it's all molded together.
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 #379121  by German300M
 May 30th, 2019, 9:13 am
Thank you very much for the explanations. Since it seems I have the real wood trim, I'm looking for the speedometer bezel inculding that real wood trim part.