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  1. ErrorS
    02-12-2012 07:28 PM - permalink
    they're used to light parts of the car too (like license plate, ashtray, etc). but when I have them in my gauge cluster they glow crazy bright! They're like 5x's brighter than the stock bulbs and give your gauge a brighter, more modern glow to it (other than the green color). People swap in blue and red bulbs to change the color and it works, but it's best to repaint the gauges if you're gonna do that.
  2. pupsfootbal60
    02-10-2012 09:03 PM - permalink
    hey i was wondering when you posted about the LEDs on the simple upgrades form are those LEDs used to just light parts of the car or to change the light of the gauges? thanks
  3. ErrorS
    01-14-2012 12:54 AM - permalink
    I'm definitely doing one, every time I get in my Bronco I reach for the floor shifter.. it's like it was meant to be. I have a huge list of things to do.
    My next fun one, ball-joints in the winter with no garage space, yay. They're gonna be here Tuesday and I am dreading it!

    Gotta let everyone know how the quality of the shifter feels to you. Not that the column shifter is the tightest, best feeling shifter in the world but I know sometimes these aftermarket floor shifters can make any vehicle feel like an old Che.. err, beater..
  4. Edgethis
    01-13-2012 04:52 PM - permalink
    Just got done test driving the floor shifter. It works. I had to modify my MLPS sensor slightly but it still uses the stock sensor and everything seems to work great. I'll do a write-up once I button everything back up. Just givning you a heads up, i've been distracted so it took forever.
  5. ErrorS
    10-23-2011 01:01 AM - permalink
    Yep, that was me.. I hate column shift, been wanting to do a floor shifter since I first got the truck but haven't been brave enough to invest in one.. usually when I start a project without anyone else's work to base my own off of, I spend 3 times as much money and probably ten times as much time as I need to.

    Ultimately I'll do twin shift on my t-case as well, probably do both the floor shifter and twin-shift at the same time.
  6. Edgethis
    10-21-2011 09:34 PM - permalink
    Hey man, I remember you mentioned you were interested in my floor shifter install. If that wasn't you then jsut ignore me. I am working on it tonight and I believe I have it all ready to be re-assembled and then hopefully I'll test it out. Keep an eye out, I'll do an install thread. Figured I'd let ya know in advacne since you showed interest. I can't wait to try it out
  7. ErrorS
    12-21-2010 02:05 PM - permalink
    I ended up scrapping the 1980s.. tried taking the gas tank off to fix a leak, and the whole rear of the frame was in terrible shape.
  8. Monte2
    02-03-2010 05:37 PM - permalink
    If you go over to the oilburners website and look at the technical articles, you will find one on putting a 6.9 in a Bronco. The guy who has done a couple of these goes by Agnem as his handle. You won't find a more knowledgeable guy on Ford diesels than him. Good luck!

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