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1998 Blazer cassette player ( factory )

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Old 04-19-2015, 03:51 PM
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what can i replace the cassette player that sits on the floor of the truck? I kind of wanted to put a power strip for phone and a plug in for laptops there is that possible? anyont else got any ideas too?

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It's absolutely possible. You can buy sheets of ABS plastic from places like Parts Express along with 12v sockets and such. Then simply cut to size and mount whatever you want in there. I'm certain you can find USB port panels that can be mounted as well to have a whole slew of different kinds of plugins available.
 
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