Yeah, I wouldn't characterize this as "OEM look" for the Metris either but let's not be too harsh on it. It isn't like there aren't plenty of hard plastic surfaces in the metris cockpit already and so I don't think it looks completely out of place either. Currently, mine is a work van and not a show vehicle and so it is function over form all the way for me.While I have no argument that this arrangement is very functional, and I think your installation works great, I object to the Amazon listings “oem look” because I think the only thing that would look OEM in is a Pontiac Trans Sport. Actually I object conceptually to buying anything at all on Amazon, but that is possibly just proof I am an old fashioned curmudgeon.
Yes, that is the same console as mine except I went with gray rather than black. My cargo van also had the partition but I removed it as well as the sheet metal "box" between the seats. I am curious to see how you mounted the console so please do post your photos when completed.I ordered the console here:
I built a platform for is and it fit great.
Pics to follow next week.
I'll do that.Yes, that is the same console as mine except I went with gray rather than black. My cargo van also had the partition but I removed it as well as the sheet metal "box" between the seats. I am curious to see how you mounted the console so please do post your photos when completed.
Hi Mo,sure... which dims do you want and how accurate?
There is some draft on the console.
If you are not familiar with this, it is the taper that many plastic parts have to allow them to be removed form the mold...
so, you are looking for the square dims for the wooden box below?
more info on the 120 volt electric you installedHere you can see the installed console:
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As you can see there is little clearance behind the partition:
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And here is a look underneath the box I built to support it
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you can see the 3 SHCS that I used to mount the box to the floor.
This is looking form engine toward the cargo area.