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Old 02-20-2010, 09:47 PM
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single gauge pod

Anyone know of a single pod that still lets you keep your factory grab handle? Looking for one that goes between the handle and dash for a single round gauge.
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edit. didnt know you had a 6.4 lol and it was in the 6.4 thread

AutoMeter Full A-Pillars Gauge Mounts at DieselManor



Ford Superduty, 2008
Dual Gauge Full A-Pillar - Part #: AM-17312 Price $56.95
Triple Gauge Full A-Pillar - Part #: AM-17313 Price $59.95
Single Gauge Pod for 2008 grab handle equipped Superduties.
Part #: AM-15314 Price $38.95

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Old 02-20-2010, 10:03 PM
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Ford Superduty, 1999-2007
Dual Gauge Full A-Pillar - Part #: AM-17306 Price $56.95
Triple Gauge Full A-Pillar - Part #: AM-17307 Price $59.95
Quadruple Gauge Full A-Pillar - Part #: AM-17308 Price $59.95
Single Gauge Pod for 2003-2007 grab handle equipped Superduties.
Part #: AM-15318 Price $29.95
Thats the tickewt right there I had one but upgraded to a quad pillar
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Old 02-20-2010, 10:09 PM
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Thats the tickewt right there I had one but upgraded to a quad pillar
i went quad on mine. didnt want to have to purchase a new pod if i had a 3 pod.. but i edited the post with the 08 option since this is a 6.4 thread lol

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bringing this thread back from a while ago but do you think that you could have a triple or quad mount and then mount the handle on to that? its basically the same thing as the original mounting of the handle, you would just need to drill into the pod?

anyone have any info on this thanks
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check out glowshift's website

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thanks, i looked though and they didnt have anything as what i was kind of looking for...here ill try to make a picture to show


well i guess you could get the pillar mount and cut out the section where the grab handle attaches to and use it that way
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here this is what i was thinking of
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