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Ok so I went to a 35" on the truck....and now Im off by 13.6% on the speedo.

I see alot of topics on using a "Tru-speed" to correct the speedo, odomoter, shift points, abs function etc. These run about 200 bucks....

I called the Dodge dealer and they said they could correct for tire size for $80, and would take an hour.
I a$$ume that just hook up the programmer???

Is there any reason I should not go for the cheaper route?

99 2500 V10 4x4
 

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i tried this and the dealer said that the computer could only go up to 285's. i thought this was a little ridiculous and unbelieveable but i just left and got a truspeed. now i can switch back and forth b/w my 29's and 35's and just flip a switch to change the speedo.
 

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You might have a Dealer tech that actually knows how to change it, if so that route is cheaper if you are planning on sticking with that size tire for a while.

If you plan on going bigger or smaller anytime soon, then the Truespeed will be cheaper in the long run.

It has 2 settings for two different sizes, if you have a daily driver size, then an offroad size, or a summer size and a winter size, just flip the switch and instant speedomoter correction.

Otherwise you have to keep going back to the Dealership and changing it, $80 bucks a pop starts adding up.


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Would like a truspeed in the future, but I went ahead and got the tech at Dodge dealer to do it for $80.

I tested it out on the interstate with the mileage markers and seems to be correct. So apparently it can be done on a 99 2500 V10
 
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