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    Looks pretty cool
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    one tip i just thought of when installing... make sure that the gauge is mounted back far enough that you can make a complete rotation with the steering wheel without rubbing the gauge bezel. about half way around you need more clearance than when only turning the wheel a bit. this was a bit of a problem for me because my gauge was mounted about 1 mm too far up so it just rubbed a bit, but we fixed it with the almighty dremel .
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    ok i got the night pics up... better than nothing, right?
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    Last edited by Wrinkleboi; 12-09-2006 at 08:52 PM.

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    Really clean and simple. Sweet!
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    Looks good Wrinkleboi, not "cheap" like the factory one IMO. I like it! (haha, I suppose that means you can keep it ). Thanks for sharing the pics and tip about setting it back far enough.
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    Looks good, thanks for the pics

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