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Radio width is about 6 inches. Bracket that holds

Radio width is about 6 inches. Bracket that holds radio about 6 1/2 inches. One side of the plastic bracket is broken. Need new bracket.
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I use two L brackets myself, you can get them at any hardware store.......hope this was helpful..

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