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Anyone know if a 95 is OBD1?
my 95 is OBD II, but earlier 95's could have OBDI.
All 95 Rangers are OBDII.
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I just looked into the Superlift TruSpeed Module. That looks to be the way to go since i don't have a cable speedo. Thanks again for all the help guys.
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I just looked into the Superlift TruSpeed Module. That looks to be the way to go since i don't have a cable speedo. Thanks again for all the help guys.
$200~250 and wiring time for the TruSpeed
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$20 for a 5-minute gear swap.

I know what I would do.
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Yea just go calculate out the proper gear you need and hope you can get the correct one for the cable. They make 16 through 23 teeth gears, accept 22 teeth. I just dealt with this on a mustang, but in order to get that into the correct speed, the tailshaft gear needed to be changed.
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$200~250 and wiring time for the TruSpeed
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Does my tranny use the colored gear? Im under the impression that the electronic ones dont use the interchangeable gear. Only the cable driven ones have them?
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your tranny has colored gears, same as older ones.
I used the gears out of the 86 BW1350 I used for my doubler and swapped into the '95 trans case, they're the same.

4.88's with 35's is very close numerically to 4.10's and 30's, which i think you said you had before, I don't see how your speedo could be too far off, if anything try the next higher number gear.

I went from 3.73/ 29's to 5.13/ 33's, my speedo is about 22 mph off at 60. I need the highest tooth gear (21) but I don't think that will even get me close to actual speed. I have a 19 tooth gear now.
It should be closer when I get some 35's or 36's on though.
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