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Old 01-24-2013, 10:08 AM
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88 instrument cluster?

what year clusters match with an 88 ? i can get 1 from a bronco, correct ?
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'87 - '91 should be fine; you'd probably want the better one with tach and trip-meter. I happen to have a spare if interested - just drop me a PM.
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Old 01-24-2013, 10:50 AM
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'88 F350 4x2 crew dually 351 c6 4.10 / (project) looking for ideas, AWD conversion ?:
'96 Xplorer AWD 5.0L 4R70W....(wife had a brain fart) Totaled an gettin stripped
'00 Xplorer 4.0l, auto, 4x4
'03 Jeep Liberty 3.7l. Auto, 4x4 (wifes)
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if it dont work out i got one form a 88 f150 standard with tach and trip meter and reads 87011 m. autos and standards are a litle different and i guess deiesles and gas clusters a way different too.
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TY, Fordka, diesels wont work with the tach
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'96 Xplorer AWD 5.0L 4R70W....(wife had a brain fart) Totaled an gettin stripped
'00 Xplorer 4.0l, auto, 4x4
'03 Jeep Liberty 3.7l. Auto, 4x4 (wifes)
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