Silverhorse Racing Billet Switch Plates for 2010-2014 Convertible Mustangs.These replacement Mustang door switch plates are made from over four pounds of 6061-T6 billet aluminum. When complete, they weight less than one pound! Silverhorse Racing uses CAD data direct from Ford to aid in the design of the product. This results in aftermarket parts that fit as well as the originals. Match these with Silverhorse Racing's other Trubillet interior products for a seamless and finished look. 100% designed and manufactured in the USA.
Installation takes approximately ten minutes for the pair. Existing factory power window switches and mounting clips are reused.
Available anodized silver or chrome plated.
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SilverHorse Racing Switch Plates Chrome Billet Convertible 2010-2014 is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stang14 from Great looking part, well done I own a 2014 Mustang convertible and noticed that the plastic switch plates are a painted part and can easily be scraped off. What impressed me is that this part is not a cover, but an entirely machined part to replace the plastic part. To do so, I thought it wise to go to a Ford dealership, who has more expertise than I to swap over the parts. So for $50 they did an excellent job. What they did mention is that they had to machine off "4 plastic bumps" on the door window switches. These bumps are so that there is only one way for the window switch can be installed on the assembly line. Once these are machined off, the part snaps cleanly into the underside box holder. The parts definitely add a huge wow factor and truly dress up the car, getting rid of the "cheap" plastic look and truly worth the money. Richard Boon
Date published: 2015-07-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by Joey 1 from Expensive part poorly made Waited for part because of back order issue.This part was so cheaply made ,there was a warning in the instructions to be very careful when assembling.I am very careful with all parts ,but this one was bound to fail because of the cheap construction.Good thing I own a glue gun.Sad Sad
Date published: 2015-06-27