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Old 04-24-2010, 11:19 AM
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Cool Who's using Mechanical gauges?

I was just wanting to know who all is using mechanical gauges on the A-pillar. I know not everyone has the DashDaq or SCT, so what brand and gauges are you using. Where are the best deals on a nice gauge/pod package deal...?!
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Old 04-24-2010, 11:21 AM
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AUTO METER CANT REMBER WHERE I BOUGHT THEM
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Old 04-24-2010, 11:22 AM
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I use to have mechanical gauges in my truck, Autometer Cobalts....



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I've got autometer nexus gauges. got tired of pullin the DD in and out. Got them off of ebay for a package deal from some company.
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Yeah Ive seen some pics of your 02Shoot! Those are badass gauges! You remember the sellers info on ebay, I cant seem to find any package deals for the 6.4l.
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thanks man. it was a bout 2 years ago so I don't, but I found one selling all the gauges i wanted and then sent him an email seeing if he would cut me a package deal, which he did. We did do the deal outside of ebay so it saved both of us some money
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I use to have mechanical gauges in my truck, Autometer Cobalts....



I have these same ones in my truck and got them off ebay. had them in my 7.3 as well. i like them alot
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Old 04-25-2010, 12:50 AM
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If you add the mechanical gauges to the 6.4L, do you have to install the probes, or can you tap into the truck's OEM temp probes?
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If you add the mechanical gauges to the 6.4L, do you have to install the probes, or can you tap into the truck's OEM temp probes?
You can do it either way. But IMO the egt probe gets the best read from the manifold...
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