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Old 08-14-2005, 02:02 PM   #1
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In my 75 Overlander there is a clock and thermometer in the front headliner.
The thermometer has a neat feature on it where you can reset the pointers to center and thereby ascertain what the High and Low temps were (outside) since you last set it.
Last November I centered the pointers and haven't touched them since. Now that summer is about over here I figured I'd announce the results.
The low temp was -36 The high was +106
No, I wasn't in it either of those two record setting days.
I did stay in it when it was about -5 last deer season and about 95 this summer.
I wonder if any other of you with mid 70s models have used this feature.
Be fun to hear of a greater temperature range.

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Old 08-14-2005, 02:04 PM   #2
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Got the same one in mine...but the probe side of mine gets direct sunlight...the highest I have seen has been 120 or so lowest was 18 degrees...BTW I live in the deep south so they may not be too far off.

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