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This is a discussion on New Gauge Pod w/Clock within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally posted by CKxx Thats an eww... Defi wins as far as opera house gauge pods go. w3rd...

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    Originally posted by CKxx
    Thats an eww... Defi wins as far as opera house gauge pods go.
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    At 14???
    shoot , I'd hit it at current age, on roof of the car, with cousin driving , neighbor and town priest in the back seat, and that kid from "N.Korea" riding shotgun.

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    Ummm, that's like have Johnny #5's head on your dash.....yeah, that's right, a Short Circuit 2 reference!!!

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    So does anyone know of any better pods that also fit the clock? Just curious. That one isn't doing it for me.

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    OEM, modified OEM (for bigger gauges), Autometer, Defi, Gruppe-S,...

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    Originally posted by AjIsDope
    OEM, modified OEM (for bigger gauges), Autometer, Defi, Gruppe-S,...
    Does the OEM have a spot in it for the clock? I didn't think it did.

    What I'd like is a nice-looking 3 gauge pod that also has a rectangle for the clock.

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    No, none of them do. Most people use their watch , or you can relocate the clock to a place of your choosing. OR, you can buy a clock that looks just like the gauges. Most companies make them.

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    What I'd like is a nice-looking 3 gauge pod that also has a rectangle for the clock.
    It's not that kind of party, unless you go with Graham Goode. The trouble with that one is that no matter what side of the car the driver sits in, the far side gauge is angled toward the passenger, no?
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    Thats a huuuuuuge b!tch

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