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Old 10-20-2006
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Alright guys, I have been searching for auto meter gauges and pillar and have seen some results but still have some questions.

I am looking for a Auto Meter set up that in under $175 bucks.

What are the two most popular choices in gauges (what they measure, oil temp, tranny temo etc...)

What level of guages I should get (part numbers or names)

Lighted ones would be nice, do they all light up?

If any of you have a set up could you post your info about it. I would really appreciate it.

Thanks Jake
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Old 10-21-2006
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Alright guys, I have been searching for auto meter gauges and pillar and have seen some results but still have some questions.

I am looking for a Auto Meter set up that in under $175 bucks.

What are the two most popular choices in gauges (what they measure, oil temp, tranny temo etc...)

What level of guages I should get (part numbers or names)

Lighted ones would be nice, do they all light up?

If any of you have a set up could you post your info about it. I would really appreciate it.

Thanks Jake
I bought a dual guage pod from Underdog (stuffforyourranger.com) (AKA Wayne)

Summit took care of me on the rest

Oil pressure/tranny temp.

Part # ATM-3357 and ATM-3327
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Old 10-22-2006
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Ricky do your gauges lite up?
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Old 10-22-2006
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yea alll autometer gauges light up.....i would get a water temp gauge for sure, a tranny temp gauge if you have an automatic tranny.....if you dont have an auto tranny, then get a oil pressure gauge..
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the light is usually a small bulb. Some come with red or green silicone covers to change the light. Pep boys has some blue covers.
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yea those light sleeves are kinda dumb though... i have green on both of mine, and the ones yellow and the other is a really dim green... id personaly just go with the white light...
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I have an autometer dual gauge pod with a fuel pressure gauge and a nitrous pressure gauge in it. Then I have 2 air fuel gauges on the steering column. 1 gauge per cylinder bank. Then I have an autometer monster tach on the dash just because I got a good deal on it :)
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