Dakota Digital has long since made a name for themselves in manufacturing a line of high-quality digital gauge clusters for classic vehicles — from early Mustangs to vintage trucks, and everything in between. As vehicles from the ’80s and 90s come of age, they’re hitting that stage of their lives of restoration and resto-modding becomes of interest to car builders and enthusiasts alike.
Just this week, Dakota Digital has announced VHX gauges for 1987-91 Ford F-150 and Bronco trucks. More details below.
Dakota Digital Announces 1987- 91 Ford Pickup and Bronco VHX Analog Instruments
Upgrade your 1987-91 Ford F-Series with this direct-fit instrument system! Bolt in six analog gauges with twin LCD message centers while updating the upper indicator strip with LEDs. Kit utilizes your existing front bezel for a seamless upgrade. Compatible with stock drivetrains or a custom conversion, the speedometer can be used in mechanical applications or with a pre-existing VSS. Also fits 1987-91 Bronco.
Fully lit needles, backlit faces, and highly visible LCD message centers are a few of the things that you can see which set the VHX Series apart from yesterday’s traditional approach to instrumentation. A few of the features which you don’t normally see are the micro-controlled precision stepper motors, solid state sensors for unparalleled accuracy, and user-customizable display feedback, all supported by an unrivaled limited lifetime warranty which has become the standard for Dakota Digital instrumentation systems. Completely engineered and manufactured at our facility in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, the VHX Series has completely revolutionized the instrumentation industry!
- Made in USA
- User-customizable display feedback
- Compatible with stock drivetrains or a custom conversion
- OEM analog look, with modern technological features
- Speedometer can be used in mechanical applications or with a pre-existing VSS
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of AutoCentric Media, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles; GM, Ford, Dodge, imports, trucks — you name it! When he isn’t clacking away on his keyboard, he’s building, tuning, driving or testing his current crop of personal projects!