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Old 02-06-2012, 04:48 PM
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Glow shift guages .

lookin at buying glow shift guages before i put my ts 140 in , glow shift yes or no ??
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I have glowshift and have had no problems. they'll fix it if you do so I see no reason to not get glowshift
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i bought them they look nice, feel kinda cheap, haven't got them installed yet, i know a lot of ppl don't like them. For the price i paid its worth the chance to me.
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Old 02-06-2012, 05:23 PM
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There's no reason to spend 400 or more on gauges when a 220 dollars set will do the same as the more expensive. I love mine


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There's no reason to spend 400 or more on gauges when a 220 dollars set will do the same as the more expensive. I love mine


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X2 that I love mine too want to switch to the ones with tinted lenses!!

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its a love or hate on here....i got them and im very happy with them...and like said above if something is wrong with them, they will fix/replace it.....and brnchevy...I wouldnt get the titned ones....if the sun hits them its really hard to read...had them and had to replace them to hard to see during the day
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Old 02-06-2012, 05:36 PM
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thanks boys. one more ? i have a six speed 02 ext cab f250 373 gear ratio 4x4 short bed. and there is slack in the drive train! and i replaced the u joint in the drive shaft and it helped a little bit but now its back to having alot of slack, rear end ? Transfor case ? or replace both u joints again
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its a love or hate on here....i got them and im very happy with them...and like said above if something is wrong with them, they will fix/replace it.....and brnchevy...I wouldnt get the titned ones....if the sun hits them its really hard to read...had them and had to replace them to hard to see during the day
Okay thanks for the heads up I put some in my cousin's but never saw them during the day but I may just switch to black face mine are white face and just think I'd like the black face better but I will stay way from the tinted ones then thank you!!

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What do you mean by slack? Dose it make a thump when pulling from a stop.


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thanks boys. one more ? i have a six speed 02 ext cab f250 373 gear ratio 4x4 short bed. and there is slack in the drive train! and i replaced the u joint in the drive shaft and it helped a little bit but now its back to having alot of slack, rear end ? Transfor case ? or replace both u joints again
My dad had the same problem it had like a popping noise when starting and stopping and we checked everything and one day we decided to change the transfer case and never heard it again! Hope that helps!

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