SilverHorse Racing Switch Plates Billet Convertible 2010-2014

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SilverHorse Racing Switch Plates Billet Convertible 2010-2014
SilverHorse Racing Switch Plates Billet Convertible 2010-2014 SilverHorse Racing Switch Plates Billet Convertible 2010-2014 SilverHorse Racing Switch Plates Billet Convertible 2010-2014 SilverHorse Racing Switch Plates Billet Convertible 2010-2014
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Product Description

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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Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

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SilverHorse Racing Switch Plates Billet Convertible 2010-2014 is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cheap Product I paid a lot of money for this product ,and cant believe how bad this part was made.Good thing I had a glue gun.
Date published: 2015-07-25
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Product Questions

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Will they get hot on a sunny day with the top down?

Asked by: Joey1
They shouldn't get too hot, considering when the car is moving, the position of the sun is constantly changing. However, if the car is parked, like any metal they may get a bit hot.
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Date published: 2015-01-08
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