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txmasterplumber

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Howdy, new member, 1st post. I've got an '01 2500 4x4 LBQC, HO. Pretty much stock, except for: Smarty, BHAF, 255/85R16 BFG Mud Terrains, Galaxy CB, KC Highlites. Working on a dually rear axle conversion with a flatbed..... anyway, I've got the stock radio with the infinity speaker system with stering wheel controls. About a year ago, the right side button fell out and a few weeks ago, the left side fell out driving down the highway. My question is: can I replace the buttons or do I have to replace the complete wheel. I've been surching the net, with no avail. Any help would be appreciated.:banghead:

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Yeah probably a scrap yard or just buy something cheap from the aftermarket. The sound quality will be much better and it looks better too!!!:hyper:

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Have you checked with the local Stealership? They may still have it available for a price. I think this is my biggest _____ with Dodge is that they build a truck with an engine that will go at least 500,000 miles, and then quit making the soft parts that can't go that far.I need to pay a visit to the local upholstery shop to see about recovering the drivers seat. Checked with the Dealership that I bought the truck from used and they don't have a factory seat cover any longer.I don't even think that the fabric is still available.:banghead:I for one hate after market seat covers as they all look cheap.

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