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Old 07-19-2002, 11:58 PM
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I'm going to have some gauges install on my truck. A transmission gauge ,pyrometer, and boost gauge. They make a 3 pod that attaches to the driver side of the truck. Anyone have any bad exp
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just make sure you get a quality pod from autometer or VDO because there are some junk pods out there that don't fit well and have to be trimed, etc. I have an autometer pod and it fit like a glove(not OJ's)
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