(Gen 3 screen) Super Duty dash and re-pinned harness in 13th Gen

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I know this is going to pique people's interest here... because it certainly has piqued mine.
I saw this post on a Gen 2 Facebook group (which has pretty awesome posts, by the way). But I HAD to share this. I'm actually talking to the guy about how he's doing it and asked his permission to share his research thus far. (Hoping the video posts, because I think many will lose their minds over this.)

He's managed to put a Super Duty dash and harness in his 13th Gen F-150 (Gen 2 Raptor body). It's mostly working, but he's still figuring out cameras and some other features, but it WORKS. It's so impressive.
Here's some messages from him. (I won't screenshot them to keep his information private.)

- He's doing his first test of the Super Duty camera module today.
- Need a new tailgate cam but on demand cameras will work also.
- Factory 13th gen 360 still works with the dash.
- Spent $1700 on dash Assembly and another $700 on misc modules and reading material.
- Trailer stuff works in the apim. Also had traffic sign recognition working when had my digital cluster
- Factory nav works sometimes also
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"Accidentally bricked the gauge cluster due to truck entering low power mode when sending blocks but it worked pretty good while it lasted"

Any other questions you guys want me to ask him? I'm trying to encourage him to come on the forums to share his information/findings!
 

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Found this related thread. Actually, this guy knows the other guy I referenced. Don't know if either post here. But this guy has discussed his process a little more in depth.

 

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I can appreciate all of the work to get it functional, but it would be a little weird having a superduty trim piece in a Rap. And, personally, I would go crazy with all of the little bugs that I am sure come with this conversion.
 

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I've been waiting for someone crazy enough to do this! After spending time in the new Gen 3 and a TRX, I feel that the interior on the Gen 2 is making it feel a little dated. I'm not a fan of the aftermarket "Tesla screens", so this is exactly what I was thinking. Hopefully it becomes more plug and play after enough people do it.
 
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