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No mounting sleeve for my car stereo

I want to have my car stereo installed, but I am missing the mounting sleeve, cage, or whatever you call it. What alternatives do I have by the way of finding a replacement?

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    james kappers May 11, 2010

    what type of car is it in?

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Autozone or ebay will have it!


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