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Thank you for the rep points.
I hope that the info was enough for you to make a decision.
If you were to get the Asus on the list and a Fire you would be only a $100 or so over a iPad alone.
That would give you a much greater range of versatility.
Hey, just following up (way late) but I have both recent Haynes and Chilton books and neither had the correct wiring diagram for my '83 Bronco. A friend gave me his older Haynes book from when he had a Bronco and the wiring has been dead on. I mean I'm getting rid of my EEC and going straight carb (old school) and this older edition has benn almost 100% correct. Just something to keep in mind for your future exploits. The cover was red and yellow...very detailed wiring.
The diesel Excursion, The Bronco, WV and VT football, offroading, Mopar muscle cars, remodeling old houses
2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
100,000 - 124,999
Miles per year
20,000 - 24,999
4" lift, 315/75 R16 tires
2000 Excursion, 7.3L, 315 General AT2, super chips 1705,EGT/boost/ trans temp. 4" lift, F250 Rough Country, Redhead, 2.5" front leveling springs, 2" rear F250 add a leaf
1988 Bronco 4.9L, I6, 5spd, 33" BFG A/T's Redhead..for the fire trails, Yes the 33's rub on tight turns.
1985 Bronco 4.9L I6 4spd....will be ready for the trails this spring
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