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Old 05-18-2007
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Originally Posted by 01xltranger4x4
Do these look right?

A-Pillar Mount

Trans Temp Guage

Now, i want the 2-guage mount pillar because i know i'll need another guage in the future (not saying which one Maurice shut up cause you know what it is, haha)

I need a 2 1/16 filler guage and could'nt find if on summits site or ebay, anyone help me out? I'd like it to match the trans temp guage if thats possible..
that gauge and pod will work just fine.......that is the exact same gauge i have except for a different series....i have the Sport Comp series.....

for a filler gauge, get a volt meter or a water temp gauge....they are SUPER easy to hook up and cheap...both are good gauges to have....

Water temp:

then when you get your "other" gauge you want, you can pop this out, and put it in a '97 F-150 steering column gauge pod like i did
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