2" guage in a 52mm pod?
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This is a discussion on 2" guage in a 52mm pod? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I just ordered a 52mm single gauge pod from subiegal and am now looking at boost gagues. Alot of gaugues ...

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    2" guage in a 52mm pod?

    I just ordered a 52mm single gauge pod from subiegal and am now looking at boost gagues. Alot of gaugues are 2 1/16th"(or 2 inches for some) and am wondering how the fit of this gauge would be in a 52mm pod since technically the pod is a little larger then 2" and a little smaller then 2 1/16th inches. There are 52mm gagues out there as well, but the choices for 2" and 2 1/16th seem to be much greater and I am wondering if I can weigh these as options or not. I'm more concerned with 2" gauge's since they are a bit smaller then 52mm as opposed to trying to cram a 1/6th gague in which technically is a bit bigger then the pod.

    2" = 50.8 mm
    2 1/16th is roughly 52.5 mm or 2.06xx inches.

    Thanks for any help!

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    Don't worry about that!!!

    The 52mm pod can fit both size of the gauge, but 60mm and bigger!
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    Thanks for the peace of mind, I didn't want to order something that wouldn't fit right. I appreciate the quick response!

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