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post #1 of 14 Old 12-29-2013, 08:55 AM Thread Starter
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Question 4 pod guage and edge dash pod ?

Has anybody got a picture of a pillar pod with 2 , 3 , or 4 guages and a
edge CS/CTS dash pod ? Can you see the bottom guage ok , and can it even
be done ( as in interference between the 2 ) ?
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Don't think it would fit, atleast not with 4 gauges....but I think you could do a quad pod, then only use 3 gauges, and an adapter to use the 4 hole for the cs/cts
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I just took my dash pod out because it wouldn't fit with the 3 gauge pillar.

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you can always mount the CS or CTS on the last gauge whole with their gauge pod mount adapter...
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you can always mount the CS or CTS on the last gauge whole with their gauge pod mount adapter...
That's wat I was trying to say....lol
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Thanks guys , hate to buy everything and find out the hard way . I wish you could
get a pod/mount to install the CTS in line with the steering column either on top of
the dash or like the 2 guage one that mounts on top of the column .
Dam , something else to invent LOL .
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You could always mount it above the rear view mirror....that's where I've got my insight...and have the quad pod on the pillar
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Interesting , do you have a pic ? And was it a chore to get the cables run / hidden ?
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You have to mount the pod adapter upside down so it's facing the window, not like the second pic.

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What I'm going to try and do is use the edge pillar mount that I have now and a triple gauge pillar pod. I'm going to run the cs wires through the lowest gauge pod and cover it with the edge pillar pod. Then just use the top two for two gauges. I think someone on here has done it before. I think it looks really clean.


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