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Old 04-03-2014, 02:29 PM
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6.4 Pillar Pod Gauges Installed

Hey guys, I finally got around to getting my gauges installed. I went boost, trans temp, and egt's. I haven't installed the egt sensor yet because i'm going to be swapping over to the 6.0 manifolds and i'll drill and tap before I install. I know a lot of guys go with the Edge Insite, but i like the look of the gauges. I did go with the glowshift gauges. All in all, i'm very happy with how they turned out. I will definitely follow up with the in a few months to let you know how they are holding up. If you guys have any questions let me know.

Here is a picture of them.

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Looks good. I do like the pillar pods look too and when I am getting on it and having to pay attention to the road, I always thought the pillar gauges were easier to read. Could you take a pic zoomed out a little....I am trying to get an idea of how high these sit....I haven't seen them on a 6.4 in person before. Thanks.
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Thanks buddy. I agree. I like looking at guages rather than a monitor. I will get you day pictures tomorrow.

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Thanks buddy. I agree. I like looking at guages rather than a monitor. I will get you day pictures tomorrow.

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If you can help me with posting pics I'll show you mine. I've got a triple pops with the edge insight. I love it.
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I just use photobucket, then copy the image over from there.

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If you can help me with posting pics I'll show you mine. I've got a triple pops with the edge insight. I love it.
Another option for posting is select "Advanced" for reply. Then click on the paperclip right beside the white smiley face. That will let you select pics from your computer by clicking on the "Choose File". Once you have picked the pic, click on "upload". Once it is done uploading, go back to the main body of your post and put your cursor where you want the pic. Then click on the paperclip again and select "Manage Attachments". That will put your pic there. I had to do this to remind myself so I thought I would share my own creation....a redneck leaf catcher for my tractor....and yes, that is blower I rigged to help push the leaves all the way into the trailer....guess I had too much time on my hands.

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Where did you get the pillar from? I need a single to run my egt.
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Got it all off glowshiftdirect.com.

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Here is some day pics.



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