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Old 07-31-2014, 05:42 PM
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Default 14 express model missing upper glove box

Anyone switch out the hole in the dash for a glove box with door? Wondering how much I'd have to take apart, and which parts I'd need to buy.
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Old 07-31-2014, 06:47 PM
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I too have the express model but a 2013 without the upper glove box, just an open space for storage. Thought I saw the part on ebay to make it a true glove box
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Old 08-01-2014, 09:19 AM
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If you google "ram express upper glove box" you'll find a bunch of threads, mostly on other boards on how to do it. I seem to remember there being a thread here where one guy was trying to re-add everything that the Express didn't come with. Not sure how that makes financial sense but there you go.
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WOW, that is an overpriced storage bin. People sure do pay alot to store junk!
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WOW, that is an overpriced storage bin. People sure do pay alot to store junk!
You couldn't store 229 bucks worth of change in there I bet!


That hole is about as useless. Anytime you push the gas pedal, everything falls out.
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Old 08-06-2014, 11:07 AM
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I did it on my '09 ST. Found one at a junkyard for $75. I think there was one bolt holding the pocket in. The glovebox had 2, the 2 holding the door on. They were a little tricky to get in but not too bad.
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You couldn't store 229 bucks worth of change in there I bet!


That hole is about as useless. Anytime you push the gas pedal, everything falls out.
Ha, that reminds me - even change in the front center console has flown out and over the shifter area on a few hard accelerations. I wonder if the Chysler engineers ever expected that one?
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Ha, that reminds me - even change in the front center console has flown out and over the shifter area on a few hard accelerations. I wonder if the Chysler engineers ever expected that one?


Slick plastic!
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