While the specific truck in the video guide does not have a center channel speaker in the dash, this mount works flawlessly in trucks that do have it, and installation is the same across all 'updated dash' 2023+ Super Duty trucks. This straightforward install requires some painless drilling, and should only take 15-20 minutes using the tools listed below.
Install Time & Difficulty
15 - 20 minutes
1/8" Allen key
1/4" Drill Bit
Drill or impact driver
1. Remove the rubber insert from the dash tray and remove the two 7mm bolts. Note: if you're truck comes with the center dash speaker, you do not need to remove the center channel bolts.
2. To remove the dash tray, begin in the back with a pry tool and gently lift the tray up by releasing the clips. Sometimes the clips can break during removal, no worries, we include extras in the hardware kit.
3. Position the bracket of the dash mount in the tray, there is only one way that it fits. Mark the drill holes, remove the bracket, and drill out the holes with a 1/4" drill bit.
4. Align the bracket in the tray and on the other side of the tray align the holes for the support plate. Again, there is only one way the holes will align.
5. Install the bolts, nuts, and washers to secure the bracket to the dash tray using a 3/8" Wrench and 1/8" allen key.
6. With the lower bracket installed, reinstall the dash tray in the truck. Begin with tucking the front of the tray under the head unit trim and then work your way around. Push down to engage the clips again.
7. Position the top piece of the dash mount in place, and loosely install the screws. Once everything is aligned, tighten down.
8. You can configure it with the top plate installed or un-installed. It is much easier to do with the top plate un-installed.
Note: The piece you drilled can be replaced from the dealership should you absolutely need to reverse the install.