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Interesting Scan Gauge 2 Question!!??

Can someone please give me the measuremenst HxWxD??
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basically there is only a few spots it will mount on our interiors, the darn thing is FLAT, unlike anything in the inter, which is all curved... I've got mine mounted on the mirror, similar to the blend mount...
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I mounted mine in front of the air bag cutoff switch, which I never use anyway.

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thats why i needed the measurements.. im gonna think of something
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how long is the cable?
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6ft?
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I don't know that question wasn't very interesting...?
I never found a "good" place to put it in the sport trac because everything was so round. Looked out of place every where. I think Shane has his mounted above his steering column.
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Mine's mounted above the steering column as well, perfect place for me since I use it for my speedo.

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how are you in neutral and going 58 mph
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I was going downhill
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i think this setup keeps my eyes closer to the road. plus it looks better IMO
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Mines in the same place as the stock gauges lol, too each their own.
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