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Found this on a local facebook swap n shop type page.
A couple of question's, they said it was in a 2001 f250. Will it work in a 05 f350?
Will it work if I have my Edge monitor on the dash or will the bottom guage get in the way?
They are asking 145obo. Im guessing I could get it for 110-120.

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From what I can gather, 99-07 superduty's all use the same pillar. Is your edge on a dash pod? Or on a window suction?
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Yea like said above the pod should work, and I would think the gauges would work too...but if you edge in mounted to the dash, I don't think it's all gonna fit...
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but if you edge in mounted to the dash, I don't think it's all gonna fit...
X2...because those dash pods set them back a little bit and that bottom gauge hole is down pretty close to the dash IIRC
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Sorry for the delay guys I stepped away from the computer for a moment. My Edge has a dash mount. That's kinda why I was concerned if the 2 would work together.
And after checking out Amazon Im not so sure this is a super deal after all.
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Personally can't tell wat kind of gauges they are so can't help there...but as for the edge..I've got mine above the rear view mirror...love the looks easy to see...and allows me to have a quad pod on the a pillar...
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Personally can't tell wat kind of gauges they are so can't help there...but as for the edge..I've got mine above the rear view mirror...love the looks easy to see...and allows me to have a quad pod on the a pillar...
I'm moving mine there today. It looks to me like the mirror needs to be relocated a little lower. Did you have to do this?
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Do you have to run a cable extender? With the dash mount I just dont like how visible it is, so a mirror mount might be the way to go.
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Do you have to run a cable extender? With the dash mount I just dont like how visible it is, so a mirror mount might be the way to go.
Yes, you'll need the CTS cable extender. It runs about $45 or so after shipping. Below is the picture I found that inspired me to go with this set up, but as to my question you can see that his rearview mirror is pointed down to be able to clear the CTS. I'm not sure if he figured out a solution or if he did what I'm thinking and just relocated the mirror down an inch or two.
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