Pickup’s dash showing it age? Here’s an easy facelift

When you hear someone say, “Beauty is only skin deep,” take it to heart and be grateful Palco Industries knows how to take the ugly out of pickup interiors.

Our older pickups don’t age well with time; faded, blotchy paint and cracked dashes are commonplace among decade-old work trucks.

Now you can fix your truck’s cracked dash.

That’s because ultraviolet rays and the plastics used in older truck’s dashes don’t get along.

Take the Dodge Ram pickups from the late ‘90s and  early 2000s, for example. The dashes in these pickups always seem to be cracked and faded.

An easy cure: Replace the dash top.

Palco Industries’ one-piece dash overlay is made from the same molds as the factory, but in one piece instead of two. So the fit is good and the durability of the one-piece plastic overlay better than what came on the truck.

Installation is easy: An hour’s labor, a few clean rags, bottle of ammonia-based window cleaner or denatured alcohol, a couple scuff pads or light sandpaper, some strong tape and a tube of silicone adhesive are all that’s needed.

In return you get a dash that looks like new and an increase in resale/trade-in value down the road.

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