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Lol....And I thought I did something new. I use Ulysses Speedometer for my speed.
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That's one of the uses I need my GPS for. I've fixed my speedometer half a dozen times and because I'm running oversized tires I'm not sure how far off it is anyways.
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My heat and ac controls are mounted where the ashtray used to be. I'm using boat cup holders that I've installed on the forward, upper portion of the doors, below the vent windows. They're the fold out type, available in any boat or camping store.
I did the same thing. Installed the Heat/ac controls in the ashtray location ( I liked yours) and my cup holders are in my center jump seat/armrest console.

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Tyler, sorry but I can't post pics, I don't know how or it's my computer, I've tried but just gave up.
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Tyler, sorry but I can't post pics, I don't know how or it's my computer, I've tried but just gave up.

Gary is this a case you can't teach an old dog new tricks I had a heck of a time posting until I figured out it was harder to do on a IPAD. Just use the paper clip (as a supporter). Browse you photos on your computer and select the one(s) you want and hit upload. Then go back to the paper clip and under manage attachments select the photo(s) you want to post. Name:  image.jpg
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