Okay this will be one of the very few times you will hear me brag here but I just went ahead and went for it the other day after enduring the turd of a radio the Wagoneer had in it when I got it.Aftermarket radio that looked like it was bought without knobs for 50 cents at a garage sale and installed by god knows who. One speaker worked sometimes (depended on the type of bump in the road) and the other one was totally disconnected in the passenger door.
The radio in the picture is nothing high dollar (group present from the kids one Christmas) but with the "new" Pioneer speakers I had been waiting to find a home for securly mounted in the doors and a quick disconnect speaker in the back it will go louder than I want to be in it for.
The cool part was pulling this off with a very small margin of error and actually using a Saws-all that was trying to jerk the thin marghin of steel out of place or pass through the lip over the glove box and render it useless.
Got out the pencil and eye balled it several times and went "saws alling".You Can cut more, but can't put it back, so left some good room but was perfectly even at the dash base but needed more in the scary thin glove box structure direction. Tried to file it but was pushing and distorting the strip left over the glove box and knew it would eventually snap.
Finally decided on about twenty 1/8" cuts, yes with the saws-all in that area. I then used needle nosed vise grips to hold and roll the cuts down.
I mean there is NO room left from where the stereo meets the dash edge and where the glove box firmly shuts and tightly and fully seats.
It is rare I get something right so had to tell someone
Looks REAL cool at night and has a hand held remote and a I-pod plug I muounted under the dash(can't see in pic) to boot!