Magnadyne M99XXSDKIT | Class A RV Radio Mounting Adapter Kit
The M99XXSDKIT can be used to replace the following Magnadyne RV radios found in many brands of Class A recreational vehicles: M9900, M9900-1, M9900CD, M9999, M9999-2, M9900CDS, M9900DVDS.
The M99XXSDKIT is a simple solution when replacing a Magnadyne or other brand 1.5 DIN RV radio. This kit fills the space created by the larger mounting hole size of the 1.5 DIN RV radio and provides an aesthetically pleasing single DIN radio opening.
Recommended replacement radios:
- M9970 AM/FM/BT/CD/DVD Receiver Single DIN 7" Pop-Up Display
- M9920 AM/FM/BT/CD Receiver Single DIN
- M9910 AM/FM/BT Mechless Receiver Single DIN
- M2500CD AM/FM/CD Receiver Single DIN Front SD/USB/AUX Input Ports
M99XXSDKIT Function/Spec List:
- Photo illustrated step-by-step old radio removal and new radio installation instructions
- Textured ABS mounting bracket
- Crimp type bare wire covers for connecting the new radio harness
- Magnadyne M99XX series radio removal tools
This easy to install, custom kit allows for the installation of any single DIN sized radio. By following the simple step-by-step instructions provided and using a few common hand tools, you can be listening to music on your newly installed radio in about 30 minutes. At Magnadyne, our Technical Support Representatives are professionally trained installers that can help you through an install.
Call us at 800-638-3600 and one of our representatives can help you with the installation over the phone at no charge.
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It was easy to install.
Posted by Faye Saylor on Mar 1st 2017
Had no problem connecting the kit.
Exactly what I needed for my Winnebago Sightseer
Posted by Don Hoversten on Feb 28th 2017
This is exactly what I needed to mount a single DIN stereo into my Winnebago Sightseer Class A motorhome.
Awesome Parts & Service
Posted by Vic on Feb 25th 2017
I called Magnadyne because the radio in my 2007 Winnebago Voyage 35L went out. They no longer had the 9900 CDS radio available. However, I spoke with Mark and he recommended a 9920 radio. Since the old radio was a 1.5 din, he recommended I use the kit for the new 1 din radio. It fit perfectly and was a breeze to install. Can't say enough good things about Mark and Magnadyne.