Autometer Tri-alert Triple Gauge Warning Sys.
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    Autometer Tri-alert Triple Gauge Warning Sys.

    Hi guys,

    I've been reasearching a cheaper alternative to the pricier imports for gauges. I just can't spend $600 plus on gauges. i know some say you get what you pay for, but I know Autometer gauges are used in pro-racing, so they got to be high quality (not just decent).

    Anyway, I also need a warning system. I need to keep my eyes on the road, especially during intense driving.

    The tri-alert seems to be the ONLY Autometer option. I emailed autometer on more details, but I was wondering if anyone else use this? I read the directions and seems as easy to install as any other gauge.
    '02 Plat. Wagon, Manual

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    Bump

    So no one has tried this?
    '02 Plat. Wagon, Manual

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    I've never heard of this system... I'll have to go take a look!
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