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Unread 10-26-2013, 09:28 AM   #61
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subscribed. Im interested in this and what it will cost.

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Unread 10-27-2013, 01:57 AM   #62
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I've been dreaming of this for a couple years. The only original parts on my CJ7 are the frame, speedometer, steering column and steering gearbox. That will change if this comes to market.
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Unread 10-27-2013, 02:53 AM   #63
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Can the odometers be set to a certain mileage during installation? I'm sort of proud of my CJ's 235,000ish miles.
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1967 CJ5, 231,T18,D18,4.88s,Warn OD, 11" drums, locked/locked
1979 K5, 454,TH400, NP205, D44, 14b, 35" BFGMTs
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Unread 10-27-2013, 10:22 AM   #64
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"We also offer an accurate capacitive fuel level sender for around $60 that can be cut to length to fit various tanks."

You have my attention.
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Still Original: Tub, Rollbar; Frame; 258 Block; T176; DANA300; Steering; DANA30; AMC20; Drive Shafts; Wheels; Tank; Altenator; Fan; Frt Bumper; Speedo; Heater Box; Spare Carrier; Seat risers
Replaced: Radiator; Valve Cover; Clutch linkage; Taillights; Frt Brake Calipers; Fuel, Tmp, and Oil Pressure Gauges; Exhaust line; Seat Belts; Paint
Mods: Mopar MPI(in progress); 4.0 Al Cylinder Head; OME YJ Suspension; MC Seats; Tub liner; 31" Tires
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Unread 10-27-2013, 10:24 AM   #65
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"We also offer an accurate capacitive fuel level sender for around $60 that can be cut to length to fit various tanks."

You have my attention.
This is also on my radar.
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Unread 10-27-2013, 04:10 PM   #66
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"We also offer an accurate capacitive fuel level sender for around $60 that can be cut to length to fit various tanks."

You have my attention.
Me too




Note: No fuel pickup but I could drill a 'ole if need be.....
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Unread 10-27-2013, 10:47 PM   #67
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I‘ll definitely take one for sure!
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Unread 11-20-2013, 01:12 PM   #68
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Speedhut CJ Gauge Update

Hey everyone! We are getting ready to release our new CJ series gauges for our Black Friday sale. I can’t say what the discount will be, but it should make many of you happy! We now have official pricing, which I am finally allowed to release. One thing to note, is that standard Speedhut gauge sets come with a 10% discount from purchasing separately (Gauge Set pricing shown includes 10% discount). The Black Friday sale will be much better than this and will last through the weekend! All prices are in US Dollar.

- 5 ½” CJ Speedo – $495 - Dual Sensing Speedometer (GPS and Electric – with automatic calibration!), Fuel Level, Engine Temp, LCD (Odometer, Trip Odo, Heading, Elevation and Time). Made from a water tight billet aluminum housing.
- 5 ½” CJ Speedo/Tach Combo – $545 – Same as Speedo Unit with addition of a tachometer.
- Optional Inclinometer – +$40 to Speedo Unit – Includes LCD based inclinometer with 2 programmable roll over angles and audible buzzer.
- Standard CJ Set – $581 – Includes 5 ½” CJ Speedo, 2 1/16” Voltmeter, 2 1/16” Oil Pressure and Pressure Sender.
- Speedo/Tach CJ Set – $662 – Includes 5 ½” CJ Speedo/Tach Combo, 2 1/16” Voltmeter, 2 1/16” Oil Pressure and Pressure Sender.
- Laredo Speedo Set – $756 – Includes 5 ½” CJ Speedo, 2 5/8” Tachometer with adapter ring, 2 5/8” Clock, 2 1/16” Voltmeter, 2 1/16” Oil Pressure and Pressure Sender.
- Optional Speed Senser – $51 – Purchase if you expect to be running thru tunnels or deep canyons to enable dual sensing mode on the speedometer. For use with electric speedometers.
- Optional Capacitive Fuel Level Senser – $59 – For a more accurate fuel level reading. Tube can be cut to length to fit various fuel tanks.
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Unread 11-21-2013, 07:31 AM   #69
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Very nice. Classic look with a modern touch!
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Unread 11-21-2013, 07:47 AM   #70
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Very nice. nice price.

Any directions on how they are wired?

Found these, is this typical?
http://www.speedhut.com/instructions...fuel_level.pdf
http://www.speedhut.com/instructions/quad.pdf

Will they include the inverter for lighting the gauges?

Will they come with default resistance ranges for gauges?
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Unread 11-21-2013, 09:33 AM   #71
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I have a 4.0 in mine, I already have a a speed sensor hooked up to the transfer case, would I need your speed sensor for reading in tunnels etc.? Or will the one I have work?
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Unread 11-21-2013, 10:25 AM   #72
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I know this is rather late, but, Keith I sent Speedhut my Laredo dash from an 83' CJ7. I'm not entirely sure if it was used or not, but it did have a tach in it. I know they had another forum member drive down for measurements as well.
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Unread 11-21-2013, 10:38 AM   #73
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I think they need a few more jeep logo's and graphics on the custom face plates.
http://www.speedhut.com/gauge/GRM4.5...-and-high-beam)

What would you pick?
customcjgauge.jpg

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Unread 11-21-2013, 12:57 PM   #74
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Hey everyone! We are getting ready to release our new CJ series gauges for our Black Friday sale. I can’t say what the discount will be, but it should make many of you happy! We now have official pricing, which I am finally allowed to release. One thing to note, is that standard Speedhut gauge sets come with a 10% discount from purchasing separately (Gauge Set pricing shown includes 10% discount). The Black Friday sale will be much better than this and will last through the weekend! All prices are in US Dollar.

- 5 ½” CJ Speedo – $495 - Dual Sensing Speedometer (GPS and Electric – with automatic calibration!), Fuel Level, Engine Temp, LCD (Odometer, Trip Odo, Heading, Elevation and Time). Made from a water tight billet aluminum housing.
- 5 ½” CJ Speedo/Tach Combo – $545 – Same as Speedo Unit with addition of a tachometer.
- Optional Inclinometer – +$40 to Speedo Unit – Includes LCD based inclinometer with 2 programmable roll over angles and audible buzzer.
- Standard CJ Set – $581 – Includes 5 ½” CJ Speedo, 2 1/16” Voltmeter, 2 1/16” Oil Pressure and Pressure Sender.
- Speedo/Tach CJ Set – $662 – Includes 5 ½” CJ Speedo/Tach Combo, 2 1/16” Voltmeter, 2 1/16” Oil Pressure and Pressure Sender.
- Laredo Speedo Set – $756 – Includes 5 ½” CJ Speedo, 2 5/8” Tachometer with adapter ring, 2 5/8” Clock, 2 1/16” Voltmeter, 2 1/16” Oil Pressure and Pressure Sender.
- Optional Speed Senser – $51 – Purchase if you expect to be running thru tunnels or deep canyons to enable dual sensing mode on the speedometer. For use with electric speedometers.
- Optional Capacitive Fuel Level Senser – $59 – For a more accurate fuel level reading. Tube can be cut to length to fit various fuel tanks.
so, when are they going to actually appear on your website? i went to www.speedhut.com and searched or jeep and cj and cj7 and this is what was returned each time...

"cj7


No results found. Please broaden your search criteria."
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Unread 11-21-2013, 02:14 PM   #75
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I cant get past the digital read out. I think it takes away the antiquity, or nostalgia of the Jeep. Weird.
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