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11-07-2013 02:45 PM
wprice77
Jeep is almost done!!

Out of the Paint shop, custom fiberglass dash installed, new top, new interior, custom sub box, custom fiberglass 6 1/2 component speakers on the rear fenders, new suspension etc etc etc Just like a new Jeep with a 1971 318 V8 with fuel injection!! If I was thinking about selling anyone interested out there? I can provide a detailed list of NEW parts if needed.
11-07-2013 11:47 AM
wprice77
Update the dash is done!!

ryno-lined and wired up it looks pretty good, I put a lot of layers of fiberglass so it is as hard as a rock.
05-13-2013 07:30 AM
wprice77 No too much work, I would have to charge too much. But I will post pics of the process and the finished product.
05-08-2013 01:24 PM
Wranglin4Life Are you looking to sell these once you have made it perfect?
05-08-2013 12:44 PM
wprice77
New fiberglass wrangler dash project

Here are a few pics of the framing of the dash before I add dash speakers and fiberglass. I am looking to find anyone who has replaced the factory heater controls for some ideas.
05-04-2013 11:36 AM
BCDonny make sure you post some pictures when done I am thinking get rid of the stock ones
05-04-2013 10:19 AM
CHL Yes, you want the 5291. My 91 came with Auto Meter's Phantom series 1 gauges.
05-03-2013 01:13 PM
wprice77
New Autometer Phantom II gauge cluster

I just bought a complete set (Speedo 5", tach 5", oil,temp,volt and temp) of AutoMeter Phantom II' gauges for the fiber glass dash I am building. I have run into one issue with the speedo it is electronic.... I have a NV3550 5 speed trans and a stock 231 transfer case and wanted to confirm I am ordering the correct sending unit (there are only two 5291 and 5292).

Here is what autometer says:
"Most GM transmissions such as TH350, TH400, 700R4, TH200, &TH250’s may use the Auto Meter # 5291 speed sensor. This will simply thread onto the transmission in place of where the cable used to go. Some Chrysler, AMC, & Jeep transmissions may use the same sender. To know for sure, look to see how the cable attaches to the transmission. If it uses a large 7/8” threaded nut, that threads onto the transmission, then you can use the #5291.
Most Ford transmissions use a cable the pushes into the transmission and use a small retaining clamp to hold it in. For these models use a model # 5292 Auto Meter speed sensor. You will transfer the O-ring, speedometer gear and the gear retaining clip from the speedometer cable to the speed sensor, then install the sensor into the transmission. Just like the GM style, some Chrysler, AMC, and Jeep products may use a Ford style cable"

I think I need the 5291 because it looks like a screw in cable. Has anyone done this?

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