Witch guage pod is best to run the hardware the eisest?????
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This is a discussion on Witch guage pod is best to run the hardware the eisest????? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I have it nailed down to either the cluster dual gauge trim pod or the triple pod where the stock ...

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    Witch guage pod is best to run the hardware the eisest?????

    I have it nailed down to either the cluster dual gauge trim pod or the triple pod where the stock clock is? Witch would be the easiest to run the hardware with the best access to the engine?

    Thanks for your input!!
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    No idea but the clock pod is my next. The pillar is very easy I can say

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    How many gauges do you plan to run? I have a clock pod, and it's quite unobtrusive to visibility; A-Pillar is in the future.

    If you go the clock pod route, be sure to get one with a "hood" (e.g., ATI, Defi, etc.) to help with sunlight; the hoodless ones like Autometer can sometimes be difficult to read in sunlight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    How many gauges do you plan to run? I have a clock pod, and it's quite unobtrusive to visibility; A-Pillar is in the future.

    If you go the clock pod route, be sure to get one with a "hood" (e.g., ATI, Defi, etc.) to help with sunlight; the hoodless ones like Autometer can sometimes be difficult to read in sunlight.
    I would like to run three but two would work just fine. I like the cluster trim pod because it hides the gauges well however the clock pod looks cool and is a good way to take up that space besides a small clock! LOL
    Big D

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