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Old 12-19-2012, 10:54 PM   #1
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Default Dash mounted compass/altimeter

I often travel to the Smokey Mountains and i was wondering if anyone knows where i can find a dash mounted Compass/altimeter? I am a former Jeep Wrangler owner. (as a second vehicle...my daily driver was a 1999 f150 scab 2wd 5.4l.). It had the custom dash mounted compass/altimeter, and I loved it. I recently sold both the jeep and my 99 f150 and bought a 2004 screw 4wd lariat. I'm looking for a custom style kit like the one that's made for the jeep or at least a decent universal one. Any ideas? Thanks.
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http://www.amazon.com/Monitoring-Com...m/B00005KAQ3/2

all kinds of stuff out there on that internet thing...
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I saw one at a BMW motorcycle dealer in Roseville a few weeks ago $40 or so..
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I guess I should've specified that I wanted it analog. Sorry. I'm not much of a digital man. Also I was hoping to find one that was custom to the F150 like the ones for the jeeps.
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"I'm not much of a digital man."

Then watchoo dooin' on this here innernet thingy?

I hear you. I'm a caveman too. How's this?

http://www.altimeters.net/pageA.html
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I'm sorry. I should've been a little more clear. I meant digital as it pertains to gauges, meters, watch faces etc. Never even thought of the computer, tv, signal etc. aspect.
I appreciate you opening my eyes to the fact that maybe I am a "digital" man. Oh yea and thanks for the link.
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