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I would have had mine for 40 but the person beat me out at the last second. So i said screw it and did "buy it now" from someone else.
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those 03 sport trac gauges work on 01-03 rangers?
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those 03 sport trac gauges work on 01-03 rangers?
I doubt it. Everything is digital. The best of luck to you with that and let us know how it turns out.
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My purchase:

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I just wish i would have found one without 4x4 lights.
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trade for someone that wants the 4x4 light
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If anyone has any pics of the cluster at night time, post one.
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diabolic, sent you a pm :-)
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I want one with a 4x4 light. It will work in an 01 right? Maybe I'll just buy it off you.
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Back from the dead again. Man, I like this search doo-hickey ya'll got on this site.

Anyhow, I read some concers of this ST set into a 95-97 Ranger.

Never sene my truck in person yet, what could possibly be different? I know lighting locations, one...that's it?
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So yeah what year of sport trac clusters will work in 2001-up Ranger/Bseries?
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Back from the dead again. Man, I like this search doo-hickey ya'll got on this site.

Anyhow, I read some concers of this ST set into a 95-97 Ranger.

Never sene my truck in person yet, what could possibly be different? I know lighting locations, one...that's it?
Adam, I dont see any issues with it not working. The only difference is going to be some of the dummy lights are not the same on 98+ then they are on the 95-97.
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So yeah what year of sport trac clusters will work in 2001-up Ranger/Bseries?
Explorer Sport and Sport Trac clusters with the white gauges are years 2001-2003. They will swap 100% with no issues into a 1998-2003 Ranger/Bseries. But they will also work 1995-97 with some minor differences in the dummy lights.
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So is there a how-to article on swapping over the odometer somewhere? Or the other method of rolling the odometer? I need to see some pictures since I can't see where I would drill to release it without screwing the whole thing up.
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So is there a how-to article on swapping over the odometer somewhere? Or the other method of rolling the odometer? I need to see some pictures since I can't see where I would drill to release it without screwing the whole thing up.


https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ead.php?t=8416
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Got my stuff installed finally. I got the cluster and the A/C switch on eBay for $30... I tried rolling the odometer but I guess I was too rough with it and broke some of the internal gears. I ended up just swapping in my original odometer, which turned out to be okay since my gear selector matches it.

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Clay, that looks awesome......Now if only I could find a 4x4 cluster to fit my 2003 Ranger EDGE
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Clay, that looks awesome......Now if only I could find a 4x4 cluster to fit my 2003 Ranger EDGE
You and me both! I love the looks of those.
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Hey kosoku,
do you have any tips to make the install easier? mine just showed in the mail today and i wan to put them in as soon as possible. I think i wanna keep my odometer too is that difficult?
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I rolled mine back with my finger. I took the two pieces of the cluster apart because I changed the green lighting to red. But anyway you can roll them with your finger, sounds faster than the other way that you guys are talking about. just my .02
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wowzers I am fumin right now.... I'm looking at the cluster i got and one of the main mounting pieces is broken off but held on by its screw, the back circuitry looks in really bad shape. Was everyone elses kind of bubbly?? it also looks corroded. I'll take some pics so yall can see what i'm talkin about and let me know if this or any part is salvagable
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Andy...Did you ever get any pics of your cluster?
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I'll do it as soon as i get home from work... about 25 minutes from now. I was kinda waiting to hear if i was completely screwed but I'll throw them up
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Something looks broken or cut here\/ \/ \/ \/
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