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Old 03-08-2007
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http://store.summitracing.com/partde...view=32&N=700+


Is this the right one ? looks to match it. I dont have a tilt steering wheel so maybe ill luck out with ahveing to cut much ehre and there, any suggestion for what other gauge I should get. My crrest cluster, the stock one dosnt have a tach, maybe i should pick up one of the mini tach's ? trans/oil on there way with a dual a pillar.



Edit* nevermind as I look none of those tach's will fit, I may stick to my original plan of just finding a new instrument cluster, one with a tach and fuel light and all the little things I dont have.
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Old 03-08-2007
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get a water temp gauge or a oil pressure gauge......you can get a cluster with a tach in it and it will bolt right into your truck with no problems....and work...
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sweet, just made a thread, Your knowledge will be needed for it hehe :)

Ill go ahead with the water temp gauge.




Column and gauge on its way ! sheesh...


I've ordered new mirrors/foglights/radio bezel (still bidding) instrument cluster (still bidding ) Oil pressure/Trans temp and water temp gauges along wit the pods, crank pulley and the paint for it today :)

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Old 07-10-2007
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heres an idea of them mounted on the radio bezel

S W E E E E E E E E E E T !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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is there anyone here that has an tranny tempature gauge on an manual transmission if so where do you guys put the sensor ?
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is there anyone here that has an tranny tempature gauge on an manual transmission if so where do you guys put the sensor ?
there isn't a need for a transmission temp gauge on a manual tranny...
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Old 09-04-2007
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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

sorry to bring up this thread but does anyone know if this will fit an 08.( no tilt and 5 speed auto)

we installed in my friends 03 without trouble but mine looks different.

i would like to get this to install my trans temp gauge.

any help would be greatly appreciated.
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yea it should fit fine.....
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I want to install one in my truck, but I have a manual, so that hole for the auto shifter would look fugly....
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Bill R. (04lvl2) installed one from a Mustang (i believe) in his manual Ranger.....fit just as nice as the F-150 fits......

you might also be able to find them for a manual F-150....
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yea it should fit fine.....

thank you kindly sir.

i just ordered one today.

now if i could only find the pics that go along with the how to i found. It seems that all the pics are gone.

but i must say that mr griggss' write up is very good.
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heres an idea of them mounted on the radio bezel

Damn that's COOL! Where can i get one (I'm no good at fabrication) I'll take it in Black.
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Can somebody pm me on who makes the radio bezel three gauge. that is sweeeet!
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lol wow almost exact same moment awkward?
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Where can i get a dual pod for a 05 level2? I can only find pods up to year 2000?
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Where can i get a dual pod for a 05 level2? I can only find pods up to year 2000?
the 2000 pillar pods should work on your 05, they havn't changed the ranger since 1993
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I was thinking of getting one of those vdp visor shelves and mounting gauges up there on the drivers side in my new st.
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oh, found the mother of all gauge installs

were are all the airbags? was the stereo system more important than the driver and passengers lives?
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Henry has a ScanGuageII mounted under the rear view mirror, just plug and play
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