Review & Install Video
What's going on guys? I'm Alex from americanmuscle.com, and this is my quick review and breakdown of the Daystar Upper Dash Storage Panel, fitting the 2004 through 2008 F-150. So in this video, I'm gonna talk about the construction and materials used here, who this is gonna appeal to, as well as the installation even if we can call it that. Which I'm gonna be giving a very easy one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, and you should have this on your truck in about five minutes.
So, if you're like myself, and you're always taking a lot of gear in your pockets, and you're finding already that you somehow don't have enough space in your truck. This is gonna be the perfect addition for you as this is gonna keep a pocket knife, flashlight, wallet, cell phone, loose change anything you don't have space for, floating around that you need at an arm's length. So, in terms of the construction here, Daystar is gonna have this made up of a tough rubberized finish, that's been finished in a black charcoal OE style finish. Which in my opinion, is gonna mesh pretty well with the factory trim in the F-150. Now, I do wanna add if you do have a 2008 F-150, there is going to be a hole right here for your MP3 cables that's gonna plug right in.
And so, in terms of the price here, we're gonna see this is gonna fall in line right around the $30 neighborhood, which in my opinion is a total steal for what you're getting as you're gonna be creating more useful space in your F-150. I personally know that with the amount of gear that I usually have on myself that I need, it's gonna be great creature comfort to have this right up top where you need it when you're driving.
With the installation here, even if we can call it that, I'm gonna be giving this a very easy one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, and you should have this on your truck in about two to five minutes tops. I do wanna add that you're gonna need to remove the existing rubber piece where this is going to fit, and it might be a little bit on the stubborn side as these trucks are getting up there in age.
So, just to wrap things up here, I really like this option from Daystar not only because you're gonna be creating more usable space, but for the fact that this is only gonna run you right around 30 bucks. In my opinion, you're definitely getting away with a huge bang for the buck here. So, that's my quick review and install of the Daystar Upper Dash Storage Panel, fitting the 2004 through 2008 F-150 right here, at americanmuscle.com.