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Old 10-05-2008, 09:21 PM
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TNT's F650 dash mod. pics inside

O.K. guys and girls here is the TNT F650 dash mod.

Ford Part number is 4C4Z-7004302-BA

Because I have had so many PMs about this here are the pics, albeit unfinished.

Chris and I both looked at Temples dash and said, we have to have that. Chris got me in touch with a Medium Duty Ford dealer in Birmingham, and we told him what we wanted. At first he said it would take a huge amout of research to find that panel, B/C the 650 parts are not listed in the standard FOMOCO collision catalog. In 2 hrs he called me back and told me that the panels were $57 including tax. (fleet price). I had him order two. He called me on Wednesday a.m. of last week and I went to pick them up.

The panels come in the dark gray color of the top half of my dash, but since I was transfering my cup thrower, and ash tray over I went ahead and painted mine to match.

I added a volt meter, and a water temp guage, that will work off a toggle switch, and read oil temp also.
Chris will be along shortly to post his pics. We have sets of the Carling switches ordered, and when they come in we will update this thread so you can see the finished product.


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P.S. the color is really not as far off as it appears, my truck interior is just that dirty.
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Old 10-05-2008, 09:23 PM
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Looks good brandon! I wish i had more room under my dach but that damn shifter gets in the way!
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Here's mine, like Brandon said without the Carling switches, which are on order. My six existing switches are in the open space laying on a kitchen towel.

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Just couldn't hold back long enough for the switches heh. Brandon it looks great seeing yours makes me alot more confident about doing it to mine. Your's looks alot simpler then Temples and easier to do. Reps to you Brandon I hope you and Chris keep us updated I cannot wait to see it at Smokin unless I do it first.
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Chris it looks like it will look great in my truck from the looks of it . Did you go with the same gauge set up as Brandon?
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Looks good. What goes in the square hole and what's the door under the cup holder tray?
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Those look great guys! I wonder if I'd have room for one with a manual shifter for 4wd on the floorboard? Think it'd fit?
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Chris it looks like it will look great in my truck from the looks of it . Did you go with the same gauge set up as Brandon?
I went with Autometer Z-series voltage and air compressor(for my air horns) gauges.
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http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/72...duty-pics.html here is the orginal by Temple.
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He posted it in the superduty section.
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Lookin' Good. I'm with Travis, does anybody know if this can be done, if you have a manual 4wd shifter?
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