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Autometer Dual Instrument Cluster Pod

Does anybody have one of these and like them? I am leaning towards this one for my gauges, along with a single pod on the a-pillar. I am guessing they use double-sided tape to hold it on, but I could be wrong. Your thoughts?
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Don't have one but if I had seen this before last Friday I think I would have bought it. I ordered the 3 gauge A-pillar pod. I like the looks of that a lot though.


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I may eventually do something like that if I decide I need more gauges...

And this is why I wish these trucks had a semi-truck style dash that could be loaded up with gauges and such. Like the T-800s I drive. One has 15 gauges lol

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