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I currently have a bmw e36 clock installed in my eunos. I still have a 1/4inch gap at the bottom and it doesnt look the best. I didnt realise at the time of buying it that it wouldnt fit properly. Anyway I did see the ones they sell on mx5 parts but at 40 quid I thought no chance. Anyway had an email today with mx5parts offers on and they are currently selling their clock at just over 26 pounds which isnt too bad. What I want to know is does it cover the gap up (bigger than the e36 clock I have). At the moment I just have a pioneer single din cd player and the badly fitting e36 clock.

http://www.mx5parts.co.uk/product_info.php/products_id/1142

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I currently have a bmw e36 clock installed in my eunos. I still have a 1/4inch gap at the bottom and it doesnt look the best. I didnt realise at the time of buying it that it wouldnt fit properly. Anyway I did see the ones they sell on mx5 parts but at 40 quid I thought no chance. Anyway had an email today with mx5parts offers on and they are currently selling their clock at just over 26 pounds which isnt too bad. What I want to know is does it cover the gap up (bigger than the e36 clock I have). At the moment I just have a pioneer single din cd player and the badly fitting e36 clock.

http://www.mx5parts.co.uk/product_info.php/products_id/1142

link if anyones interested.
Yeah I saw that aswell, but went for a "blank" from Autolink.. only ?12 delivered and gives me an excuse for adding more random switches. I think they do one with a guage cutout if you wanted to source your own clock.

I think the BMW unit is 1.25DIN, whereas the one on MX5Parts / Autolink are 1.5 din for a more precise fit.

Dave.
 
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