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    Anyone know who makes this gauge pod?

    I could swear I've seen a dash pod that held two gauges plus the factory clock but I can't remember where I saw it. Anybody seen it before?

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    a pic would be just a little bit helpful
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    Sorry guys...I wish I had one....if I could find where I originally saw it, then I wouldn't be posting!

    Anyways, it looks like a standard 3 gauge dash pod except the center gauge isn't there, the factory clock is. So it's one gauge on either side and the factory clock in the center.

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    What do you think about a 3-gauge pod with an analog clock in one of the holes?

    I've seen 3-gauge pods that house the factory clock, but IMO they're ugly. Very bulky, with strange curves. Never seen a 2-gauger with clock.

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    They do make a two-gauge pod with the factory clock in the middle. I've seen it, just can't remember where.
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    The power of reading the posts......


    Originally posted by exDSMr
    Sorry guys...I wish I had one....if I could find where I originally saw it, then I wouldn't be posting!

    Anyways, it looks like a standard 3 gauge dash pod except the center gauge isn't there, the factory clock is. So it's one gauge on either side and the factory clock in the center.

    Like I said, it only holds two gauges. It's definitely NOT that abomination of a pod in your link! *shudder* Sorry if I didn't reply to vtjim's post saying that it wasn't the one that I saw, but thanks for the reply anyway.

    And yes, I did do a search. Several as a matter of fact.....
    Last edited by exDSMr; 06-09-2004 at 08:35 AM.
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    Originally posted by tan
    the power of search

    http://www.grahamgoode.com/cgi-bin/p...geinternal.htm

    doh!

    my eyes!

    if God had made another commandment, it would be to not put that Pod in your WRX. dang.

    i want to find a digital pod. i have not done one iota of searching for it, but when i stumble across it, my checkbook's comin' out.

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    just buy a three gauge pod and put one of those analog clocks in it...looks good.
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