87-96 Dodge Dakota Digital Dash Bezel

Reversion Raceworks

4 reviews Write a Review
$167.00 - $177.00
$167.00 - $177.00


Our '87-'96 Dodge Dakota dashboards are designed to make mounting a digital dash in your truck as quick and easy as possible. Custom made to house popular digital dashes to bring modern tech to a classic ride. For those looking for an all-out dash solution, we just released our 12.3" Holley display mount, which uses the huge Holley screen supported by custom stainless bracketry to give you the best driving experience possible. 

Supported Displays:

  • Holley 6.86" ProDash, 7", and 12.3" ProDash*
  • Fuletech 550 / 600
  • Tinker Electronics 7"
  • Haltech IC7

*Note for Holley 12.3": This part is not plug and play like the rest of the options. It will require some cutting of your factory dash plastic on the left and right sides in order to fit the width of the Holley screen. This is required in order to get it to fit as designed. If you are not comfortable permanently modifying your truck or do not have the skiils to do so, we would recommend using a smaller size display. Contact us and we can provide more info if needed.

Designed from precise 3D scans of the original, OE cluster, you won't find a better fitting EFI dash mount. Also offered is a blank version that allows you to fit your own gauges to a custom enclosure. Contact us if custom modifications or features are desired!

Made in the USA!

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Reversion Raceworks

    4 Reviews

  • Posted by Unknown on Feb 6th 2024


    very pleased, quick shipping,

    it looks to be of very good quality

  • Posted by Carson Powell on Sep 1st 2023


    Dakota Dashboard

    Very clean 3d printing, looks good and works well.

  • Posted by Donovan Shovan on Jul 8th 2023


    Looks great!

    Ordered one as soon as I could. I have a 93 dakota I plan on hemi swapping. Afterwards I will want a 12.3 holley dash and will need this.

  • Posted by Louie vanderwel on Jul 5th 2023


    Dodge Dakota dash

    Fits perfect in the spot where the stock gauges were! Looks awesome!