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Speedometer Calibration

This weekend or next weekend I will be getting 37's on my truck and I am gonna need to recalibrate my speedometer... I am wondeirng what would be the esaiest way to do this......

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Superlift make what you need. It is called Truspeed Speed Sensor Recalibrator.

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Superlift make what you need. It is called Truspeed Speed Sensor Recalibrator.

what would this cost? i would like to check this out. I have 37's also and as far as i can tell i am moving about 5 MPH faster than what is read on the speedo. I would like to be sure though.


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dont remember off the top of my head but i think its like 250 bucks.. dont quote me though
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the truspeed is 189.00 -199.00 most everywhere.

If you have a 6.0 some of the tuners have a calibation sequence.

otherwise check back a few posts on let me know if you need help with the install. I have good link that shows pics and walks you threw it.
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I was reading some where and I thought that the truspeed was just for up to 35's not 37's

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you can do 2.72-7.00 gear ration and 29-49 inch tires with it.

dealer can reflash truck for up to 35's
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I have 36 inch Iroks on and was 7mph off. truspeed got me right on. part number is like 330001
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$192 here.

Truspeed Speed Sensor Recalibrator

White 1999.5 F250 4x4, Custom 12" Lift, Deaver front Springs, 20"x12" Weld Dune 8's on 38/15.5 R20 Toyo Open Country MT's, Edlebrock External Resi shocks, 4:56's, Powerslots w/Hawk Pads, Polished Alum. rear diff, Color matched fender flairs & bumpers, AEM Brute force intake, DP-Tuner 5 Position chip, 3 guage A pillar, 4" exhaust, 5" Chrome Tip, bestoppowerstep.com full length power step, Pioneer Nav unit, and still more to go...

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