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This is a discussion on Gauge Mounting options within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I'm trying to find a cluster for above the clock or by the cigarette lighter or up by the window ...

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    08 WRX cluster?

    I'm trying to find a cluster for above the clock or by the cigarette lighter or up by the window does anyone know where i could find something that would fit?
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    usually places like Fastwrx.com, oakosautomotive.com, jscspeed.com, or any other parts supply company will have any of the gauge mounting options you want.

    Check out the rest of this thread that your post was merged into.
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    here is my current setup. the clock pod ones are angled toward the driver

    my pillar gauge could have looked cleaner, but it works for what i want it to do

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    ive posted this in other threads but oh well



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    i need help...

    Which would look better a triple pillar pod or the clock replacement pod???

    suggestions????

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    so i need help...

    which would look better, a triple pillar pod or the clock replacement pod?

    suggestions to help me decide... please?

    thanks

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    IMO clock replacement hood looks better. also auto meter makes a gauge pod for you glove box. its good for the stealth look. it holds 3 52mm gauges and has mounts for a turbo timer and bc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bucket028
    so i need help...

    which would look better, a triple pillar pod or the clock replacement pod?

    suggestions to help me decide... please?

    thanks
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    well i have the guages, i just need to decide on the pod... my friend has the pillar and the guy i buy parts through has the clock replacement. i cant decide, im stuck between a rock and a hard place

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bucket028
    well i have the guages, i just need to decide on the pod... my friend has the pillar and the guy i buy parts through has the clock replacement. i cant decide, im stuck between a rock and a hard place
    Again, drive both - see which you like better.

    If you can't decide, borrow a quarter and flip
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bucket028 View Post
    well i have the guages, i just need to decide on the pod... my friend has the pillar and the guy i buy parts through has the clock replacement. i cant decide, im stuck between a rock and a hard place
    Buy three more gauges and have both the Clock and A-Pillar

    I personally like A Pillar because I think it looks a bit more aggressive and the pillers are right off your left line of sight, but its not really impeding any vision while driving. I don't like the clock pod because...well, I like having a clock there. And its doesn't stick out like a herpe on your dash
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    You can get a guage pod for your dash that keeps your clock. My friends got one in carbon fiber.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveo47193 View Post
    You can get a guage pod for your dash that keeps your clock. My friends got one in carbon fiber.
    pics or DIAF


    kidding of course...but it would be sweet to see a pic of that. Never saw that before.
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    he hasnt installed it yet lol
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