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    Factory boost gauge replacement ????

    Hey guys.

    I wanted to get a set of the Defi gauges, but I have the factory boost gauge. Those that have an aftermarket boost gauge, and the factory boost gauge, what did you do to cover the hole? Is there a hole? Help a brotha out here..

    Thanks.

    Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty09
    Hey guys.

    I wanted to get a set of the Defi gauges, but I have the factory boost gauge. Those that have an aftermarket boost gauge, and the factory boost gauge, what did you do to cover the hole? Is there a hole? Help a brotha out here..

    Thanks.

    Scott
    are you looking to stick an aftermarket guage in the factory hood? or do you mean covering the holes in the steering column from the hood when you remove it.

    sorry, i 'm having a little trouble understanding the question.

    dR

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    Sorry, I guess I was kinda vague.

    I'm looking to get rid of the stock gauge and get the 3 gauge housing that goes where the clock is. So, my answer would be I want to cover the holes from the factory guage.

    Thanks,
    Scott

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