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Scangauge 2 Question

I am shopping around for a scangauge, is $89 a good price shipped for one? or are there places to get better prices?
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That is the lowest price I have seen
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is it worth it? meaning is it worth the time/hassle to get it set up and how accurate is it?
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looks like it comes out of china as well, 12-20 day delivery time. it may be cheaper to just order from jc lol
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I've never seen them that cheap before... if you can wait it doesn't sound like a bad deal at all!
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That is the lowest price I have seen
Me too, go for it.
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where are you seeing it for $89? out of china, could be a little sketchy.

might want to look into an ultra gauge as well, they are popular too. I have one and like it.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/audio-video-tech-41/ultra-gauge-support-ordering-thread-118416/
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I'll post the link tonight. It looks like out of china,
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Www.soleobd.com is where I found it
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I bought mine for 150 a few years ago and that was the cheapest I could find. I used it in my tC to monitor intake air temp, voltage, coolant temp and mpg. I have it set to monitor the same on the Ranger now and it's nice to be able to keep an eye on multiple features without having multiple gauges around the dash.
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ya, soleobd.com,

http://www.soleobd.com/Scan-Gauge-3-...-518-2397.html is the direct link to the item
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