Autometer 2-1/16 clock gauge?
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This is a discussion on Autometer 2-1/16 clock gauge? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I know Autometer makes Phantom and Pro-comp 2-1/16" clock gauges, but does anyone know if they make a Sport-comp?...

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    Autometer 2-1/16 clock gauge?

    I know Autometer makes Phantom and Pro-comp 2-1/16" clock gauges, but does anyone know if they make a Sport-comp?
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    not sure about your question, check out www.jegs.com have the phantoms and i think they're very good for the $
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    yeah i wish they made a cobalt series clock *sigh*

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    Why waste your money on a clock gauge? Wear a watch and buy a gauge that will actually do something other than tell time.

    But if you still want one, try summitracing.com also.

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