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brb... ill show you guys how all of mine are
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^^he has a nice setup.....

i am getting ready to start work on my center radio bezel....
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here ya go...

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as you can see i still have a couple to buy
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looks good! i think i am going with 3 guages were the air vents was...
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Mustang pod for five speed manual trucks.

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i wonder if the '97 F-150 column gauge pod is a direct bolt on to the Ranger steering column.....


looks like he didn't do anything to modify it on this page...
http://stlouismtb.tripod.com/guagesautometer.html
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I dunno but I'd like to know that myself. I like those column pods.
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i wonder if the '97 F-150 column gauge pod is a direct bolt on to the Ranger steering column.....


looks like he didn't do anything to modify it on this page...
http://stlouismtb.tripod.com/guagesautometer.html
I am pretty sure it will work on the auto column.
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ooooooo i might have to order that one lol
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meee too.....i am ordering it tonight....
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my buddy has an f-150. i think it'll work, but im gonna go measure up the steering column on his truck to see. i think its a 97 so that should give us an idea.
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my buddy has an f-150. i think it'll work, but im gonna go measure up the steering column on his truck to see. i think its a 97 so that should give us an idea.
sweet! so let me know when you find out for sure! i want to order this asap so i can get the rest of my gauges installed...
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i wonder if the '97 F-150 column gauge pod is a direct bolt on to the Ranger steering column.....


looks like he didn't do anything to modify it on this page...
http://stlouismtb.tripod.com/guagesautometer.html
pm scott.... gaybriel... i belive he got it to work...
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well i took some measurements from the F-150 and my dad's 99 Explorer and the steering columns all seem to measure the same. Even the hole for the automatic shifter measures the same in all three vehicles. Worst case scenerio, slight modding may be needed, but from what I've seen on here, none of you should have a problem with that. So I'm willing to gamble and buy the gauge pod. Summit Racing Field Trip!!
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I have one of thoe f150 automatic column pods, and they do fit the ranger/explorer steering columns, they actually match up ALOT better then Bill's mustang one


I have an extra upper column piece and my aftermarket gauge pod, Ill have to take a pic of them sitting ontop of each other to show how they fit
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^^sweet got any pictures? lol....
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^^that is sweet, but what about your power window switches?
Window switches are there, but not the mirror joystick.

I have engine oil pressure and transmission temperature in mine. The 5R44E and '55E trans are prone to failure easily if overheated, so I keep track of mine, especially with summer offroading.

They're in the 2 gauge pillar pod.
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Window switches are there, but not the mirror joystick.
that is what i ment to say.....trying to type too fast...
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Are theere any duel gauge pods for on the stearing wheel ? like I see in the 1 pick, I would really like to get a trans temp and oil gauge
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Also where would I just buy say the gauges and pillar dual mount if i just wanted to do that ?
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Thank you sir.


Also there a paint for the pillar's so it dosnt stick out, only see black for rangers and my interior is grey.
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like i said in my PM reply to you..... I got grey interior paint from my local O'Reilly Auto Parts.......

here is a picture with the can of paint in it that i used to paint my interior pieces that needed to be grey
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Yep haha, psoted this before I saw you were online. :) Just checked underdog and they also have interior paint went ahead and nabbed it. Thanks again
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notta problem....
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