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Old 08-16-2011, 09:25 PM   #15
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are there any particular gauges you are fond of?

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Old 08-17-2011, 01:11 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by jimzz2001 View Post
are there any particular gauges you are fond of?
I'm not fond of any gauges, Autometer is much cheaper and will use them when they are placed way out of the way so the "Red lite" is NOT glaring in my face.......Hate that red stuff.

The only digital glare I have now is the trannie temp which is connected on the steering colume....

Cyberdyne is another decent gauge, Slightly higher in price over the autometer.

Just installed over the weekend a "Stewart fuel gauge" wings series and since I had calibrated the sender unit some time ago when the fuel tank got the refill the gauge showed correctly on the full mark.

I would point you to "Summitracing.com" and cruise on through it and build a wish list......


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