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Factory 1967 AM Radio Dimensions

 

The following pictures and info pertain to the one-year-only AM radio factory-installed on the 1967 trucks. These radios are smaller than the '68-up units, and the smaller factory openings in the dash won't allow the installation of later radio or stereo units. These dimension are provided for research purposes when trying to find a suitable replacement aftermarket radio.

All pictures and measurements courtesy of Brian Taylor - click to enlarge

     


Fig. 01


Fig. 02 - Case 5-3/8" front to back WITHOUT 1/8" rear screw heads or attached tuning number plate.


Fig. 03 - Case. 7-1/8" side to side
near front at widest point.

     


Fig. 04 - Case height. 2-9/16" not including bottom antenna attaching point and mount bolt.


Fig. 05


Fig. 06 - Attached tuning number plate sticks out 3/8" from case.

     


Fig. 07 - Shaft width center to center.
4-11/16"


Fig. 08 - Shaft length. 1-9/16"

 
 
 
 

 
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