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Hmm right forum for this?.. Need 1 more gauge for my pod.. wat to get?

Ok so i have a dual pod mount on my A-pillar, already gto a volt gauge (plan on running a nice system soon), but i need 1 more gauge to fill the other hole.

What do you guys recommend? i do alot of offroading, and im running 33's.. would a tranny temp gauge be a good idea? How about oil temp or pressure? Diff temp? those are basically my options in the style gauge im looking to get.

Just basically want somethign practical that will give me any warning signs that will be most critical to the life of my truck.

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go with tranny temp for sure
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yeah thats what i figured the best choice would be. I heard Oil presure was another good one though incase you blow a gasket or soemthing you will know right away.. even tho thats pretty much a given lol
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Scan guage II will do trans temp, volt and water temp. Oil temp or pressure, I'd go with.
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ricer??? thats what we call guys with pods...and wings and neon lights....but if you gonna get 1 ho with trans temp
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ricers? and who are you? Obviously you know nothing about the purpose of having gauges and pods. Their to monitor your engine/truck.. their not for show, liek wings and gayass neon lights.
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volt gauge????? is your truck electric? if so post pics
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Ok so i have a dual pod mount on my A-pillar, already gto a volt gauge (plan on running a nice system soon)
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volt gauge????? is your truck electric? if so post pics
Read again.

I say get the tranny temp gauge.
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volt gauge????? is your truck electric? if so post pics
You have to be by far the stupidest person to ever post on a forum. If you dont have any good input at all, dont even comment. Make sure to read all posts too before you decide on making retarted comebacks, makes you look like a 12 year old snorting sugarcubes.
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You have to be by far the stupidest person to ever post on a forum. If you dont have any good input at all, dont even comment. Make sure to read all posts too before you decide on making retarted comebacks, makes you look like a 12 year old snorting sugarcubes.
haha nice
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