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    Anybody using the Greddy Band Holder to mount their gauge?

    I think i finally decided that i'm going to stick my 52mm Greddy Boost gauge on the column with the Greddy band holder mount. Its a real simple setup, and doesnt have a cup for the gauge, but I'm happy with it since the electronic gauge looks very clean in the back anyway.
    Does anyone have any pics of this mounted on their car? The 52mm will fit fine on the column as long as it doesnt sit up too high... it needs to sit on the column almost, or not too much higher than that...
    thanks in advance...
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    I'm prety sure Kawshon is running that on his 60mm boost gauge...
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    .... Hope this is what you were looking for.
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    That is good enough for what I am looking for. When I get my EGT gauge, I'll probably go with a Greddy and use that band on the left of the column, because my Lamco stocker is on the right. I think it would be cool to fit a nice greddy 45mm into the stock housing to keep the theme going.

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    It looks GREAT in person...
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    Yeah the one I'm looking at has a different base, but its the same idea. I will be using it to mount my 52mm boost gauge on the right side of my steering column. Hopefully this will take place Sunday, so I'll take some pictures and post them afterwards. Thanks Kawshon... looks good.
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