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Old 08-22-2014, 01:23 AM
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Dakota digital speedometer 1956 F100

Just picked up a Dakota digital speedometer for my 1956 F100. I think I got a good deal, bought the speedometer bezel and sensors for $250.00. Will be hooking it up soon.
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$600+ in instruments for $250? Yeah, I'd say you did all right.

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Looks great. I'll be watching this thread to see how they look powered up, please post some more photos when you do! I have exactly the same set, brand new that came with my truck. I've yet to fit them.
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Good score for sure - have them in my 53 as well. Love em.
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I been wanting a set for my 49, does anyone know how they work in extreme cold? (Northern Mn.)
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