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I used this in a 1991 Dodge/Cummins. One very necessary detail not mentioned in the instructions is that a sizable notch must be cut in the bottom lateral member to clear a large protrusion molded onto the factory panel such that the adapter-bracket will fit against the factory surface. Older year-models may not have this protrusion; I don't know; but, it is definitely there on a 1991 full-size truck. I cut the notch with a coping-saw. Once I got this notch cut and all the un-necessary tabs and brackets sawed off, the adapter fit well and held the radio securely. I also used the included rectangular spacer, plus or minus 1/4", between the radio and the adapter; without it, the face-plate was just a bit too far back in the adapter. The instructions say to use a rear support bracket, but that is far easier in theory than in actual practice. The radio seems fairly sturdy without a rear brace, although I am sure it would be better with one.