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Replacing Altitude wood trim with SRT carbon fiber

Hey guys,

I recently had my shop replace my wood interior on my MY2014 with the Carbon Fiber SRT inserts (purchased here on Jeep Garage off of a MY12 I believe). They look great, but the piece around the push button ignition apparently didn't have a hole big enough for the push button on my Altitude. Anyone know if the MY14+ SRT inserts have a bigger hole for the push button than the hole on the MY12/13 SRT inserts?

I know it's a weird question to ask. Thanks!

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Re: Replacing Altitude wood trim with SRT carbon fiber

Yes they do. They changed the push button system and indeed the newer one IS larger.
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Re: Replacing Altitude wood trim with SRT carbon fiber

Thanks! So I assume if I order a 2014/2015 part, I should be good getting that installed right?

Right now I have the SRT carbon fiber (which is so cool btw) everywhere but the tiny piece right of the steering wheel. It's small, but that one part not matching is a bit annoying.

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Thanks! So I assume if I order a 2014/2015 part, I should be good getting that installed right?
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You should, as far as I know you can. Never done it but I did put a non SRT start switch in our SRT and they lined up with the 2014/15 trim panel just fine.
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Re: Replacing Altitude wood trim with SRT carbon fiber

Are the part numbers for the carbon trim pieces published somewhere? Anyone know about cost or ease for swapping them?
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Re: Replacing Altitude wood trim with SRT carbon fiber

My WK2 is in the body shop right now getting a new front bumper (think someone crashed into the passenger corner at the grocery store with a cart), so I had them install my SRT headlights and the last carbon fiber piece. As far as my usual custom shop told me, the door panels were more difficult because they had to take everything off first and make sure they didn't scratch anything. But who knows. Ideally it wouldn't be that bad.

Regarding part numbers, Just for Jeeps can look them all up for you! That's what they did for me and the one part I needed.
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Re: Replacing Altitude wood trim with SRT carbon fiber

I can't justify the $2,000+ cost of the CF upgrade, though we do spend 100% of our time driving on the inside :P
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Re: Replacing Altitude wood trim with SRT carbon fiber

Any pics yet?
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