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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-01-2010, 08:55 AM Thread Starter
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Post Your Gauges!

Im about to start doing my interior and i wanted to add some gauges..i have a general idea of what i want but id like to see some more setups rather its 3 gauge pillar or 5" tach custom gauges etc post em up!

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-01-2010, 09:06 AM
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I don't like the look of the gauges sticking out of the pillar, so I went this route. Plus, I like to be low profile, and not 'advertise' what I got going on.



I then relocated them outward for more visibility. (Not as clear a pic, with the glare this morning)


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post #3 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-01-2010, 05:44 PM
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ive got a complete set of autometer cobalt full sweep electric gauges, its a total of 6, large speedo and large tach, was going to install and totally give a new look to the interior but after having some issues with the 96 am rethinking it all. check em out n let me know if interested

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Whats up J! I'll be watching this thread. I just posted a gauge question myself. Mine is starting to black out (usually at night) so its gotta go.
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I recently finished with my 3 gauge pillar but I went at it a little different than most. I really like the way it looks factory-ish with no screws holding it on. The gauges are made by a company called Marshall(?). I went with them because that is the company who makes the wideband gauges for Innovate Motorsports and I wanted them all to match.






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I recently finished with my 3 gauge pillar but I went at it a little different than most. I really like the way it looks factory-ish with no screws holding it on. The gauges are made by a company called Marshall(?). I went with them because that is the company who makes the wideband gauges for Innovate Motorsports and I wanted them all to match.





WOW very nice job !!

More details please... what do you use to glue parts together and prep + color code for painting

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BUMP!finally getting around to doing this

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