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Old 04-04-2009, 04:03 PM
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Options to get speedo recalibrated???

Not really sure what the options are to get my speedo recalibrated for bigger tires. i know some of the programmers can do it but i have a TW. So what are the other ways???
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Old 04-04-2009, 04:19 PM
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i would like to know as well
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if you don't plan on going bigger than 35's than you could have Ford do it for like $50-$100.

Other options are Superlift Truspeed, TS performance Respeed, and Speed Wizard
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Ford did my 37s. Cost $40
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I had my buddy at the Ford dealership do mine, it took him a couple tries to get it right on tho. But he did it free so no complaints.......
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Ford did my 37s. Cost $40
I went with the tru-speed since I didn't like the attitude at our local Ford Dealership. I was told "It will probably be between $100 and $150 and no garauntees that it will be able to be corrected to 35 inch tires, most of them can't be adjusted any bigger than factory size." I tried to politely "argue" with them, but some things just aren't worth it.
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