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Metra 107-CH3B Dash Kit for Shallow/Pioneer Radios for Jeep Wrangler JL 2018-Up Matte Black

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Metra 107-CH3B Dash Kit for Shallow/Pioneer Radios for Jeep Wrangler JL 2018-Up Matte Black

Designed for most shallow mount radios like the Alpine iLX-W650 (radio chassis depth allowed is 3.75‚ÄĚ, not including the screen ‚Äď refer to radio manufacturer for current models)

The Metra 107-CH3B kit allows you to install a shallow-mount, double-DIN (4" tall) car stereo in your "JL" Jeep Wrangler's dash opening. The package also includes brackets for mounting Pioneer's modular radios, like the DMH-C2550NEX and DMHC2500NEX receivers. The scratch-resistant matte black finish will blend right in with your Jeep's dash.

Installation Instructions for Part 107-CH3B.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf


  • Painted scratch-resistant matte black to match the factory finish

Vehicle Fitment


  • Gladiator + 2020-Up
  • Wrangler JL + 2018-Up

  • Radio housing
  • 2 Radio brackets
  • 2 Pioneer adapter brackets
  • 4 Panel-clips
  • Installation Instructions

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