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Old 06-19-2006, 05:58 AM   #1
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Has anyone ever added gauges to your existing gauge cluster? I am interested in adding a tranny temp gauge, and possible a boost and EGT gauge. I have not checked with Freightliner or Cummins yet, just wanted to check for any experiences here first. Thanks, Sarge

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Has anyone ever added gauges to your existing gauge cluster? I am interested in adding a tranny temp gauge, and possible a boost and EGT gauge. I have not checked with Freightliner or Cummins yet, just wanted to check for any experiences here first. Thanks, Sarge

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I installed a Banks six-gun tuner set up and at the same time added those three gauges you mentioned. The EGT and Boost were part of the kit, so I also bought the trans temp from Banks to keep them all the same. I wanted to install them on the top of the dash, but was talked into the pillar pod. They're easy to see and work great.
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What vehicle did you install the Banks kit on?
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