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Old 11-01-2007
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Anyone ever tried these?

I found this on ebay when I did a search for 2001 Explorer. Just curious if anyone here has tried these and if so, how are they?


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I have ones that look like that.......work good. Just take a look at the idiot lights. Compaire them to yoours, and get the one that closest matches yours currently. I waited like a year for a set thatmatched exactly. Just keep that in mind.
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I've got the same thing on my Gen II. Love em, look alot better than stock and rather easy to install. They usuall y have the matching AC panel as well
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my current gauges are stock black background with white needles. would those make it hard to see the needles being white on white?
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nope. it works fine.
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I've got the same thing on my Gen II. Love em, look alot better than stock and rather easy to install. They usuall y have the matching AC panel as well
Off topic, but that is one of the best Gen II rangers I have ever seen.
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Off topic, but that is one of the best Gen II rangers I have ever seen.
ditto,reminds me of mine that i had
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do they make these with out the tach?
i want some white face gauges but the ones i find have the tach and i dont have a tach =( need one tho
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i had a set similar to that in one of my mustangs. Overlays SUCK, but sets like that with their own lighting are the way to go. Hardest par was putting the needles back in their exact position, my spedometer was slightly off. My 07 has white faced stock, not sure if the clusters can be interchaanged but may be worth looking into
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