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Old January 31st, 2010, 11:43 AM
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Hi all,

Just got a few questions about my new 94 NAS that i hope you guys can answer.

In the past someone has replaced the cubby box and fitted the radio to the dash, i would like to put back a 94 cubby box with the radio on. Is a 94 and 95 cubby box the same, what should i expect to pay for a nice one?

What radio was fitted to a 94? Anyone know the model or part number?

Is the hand book that comes with a 94 all NAS specific? Anyone know if it has a publiction number on the front page?

Thanks for any help
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Old January 31st, 2010, 08:01 PM
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The stock box sucks.
The stock radio sucks.
Buy a Tuffy box and a $100 radio
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Old January 31st, 2010, 08:08 PM
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Huck1974, ya beat me to saying the same thing. If you are looking to restore to like new and reuse original stuff give Stephen Peters (Safari Rover www.safarirover.com) a call as he may be able to source the stuff you are looking for. I know he has the original POS radio out of my 94 and would probably love to get it out of his warehouse.

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Old January 31st, 2010, 08:45 PM
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LR Clarion Radio

I noticed a couple on sale on ebay today. There were some stock speakers as well.
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Old February 1st, 2010, 05:30 PM
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Yeah i know the stock stuff is not that good, but my NAS is so stock and original it would be nice to put back the couple of bits that have been changed back to stock. Its not a truck that i'm going to be driving so just need to look nice.
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Old February 1st, 2010, 05:47 PM
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James;
Try www.roverville.us/
They have a location in the US and a location in Sheffield, England. UK tel: +44(0) 794 6608898
email; roverville-uk@valornet.com

I have used them several times here (US) for stock radios and components and have been happy with the results. (I think they are brothers.)
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The stock radio was 1994 specific IIRC. Make sure to get the VIN of the truck it came out of or the code for it. I believe it is a pioneer model (1994s you could not add a sub or a CD changer, 95 and 97 you could). I would think a near perfect stock cubby (they all wear on the corners) would go for ~$100-150. Beaters are free - $50. 94/95 are the same, 1993 NAS 110 are different. The owners' manual was NAS specific. If I can dig mine up I will find the publication number, but I can guarantee it is NLA.
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Old February 2nd, 2010, 03:24 PM
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Thanks for the info Ron and Garth. I will have to look into the modle of radio.
Ron i think your prices sound right, i was thinking $200 for a perfect one. Would be great if you can find a publiction number

James
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used cubby box

i have mine in the wanted tread to move - check it out its not perfect but its the original
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O.k. not to snicker but who bought their defender NEVER intending to off road it and keep it stock. I am not saying James that you won't but.........3 years after I purchased my AA Yellow I have tried multiple suspension set ups, 3.9s vs. 4.6s, relized the LT77 was a s*(tbox for a tranny) and replaced it with a R380 and besides.....IT IS SO MUCH FUND TO PLAY WITH THE TRUCK, ACCESSORIES, MUD AND SAND.
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