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Old 10-01-2010, 04:39 PM
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Tony Wildman is the S-*T!! Anybody know where to find a gauge package??

Finally recieved my tuner from Total diesel a day ago, well worth the wait. My truck has got over 250,000 and now runs like a raped ape. I was wondering if anybody knows where i can find a good boost,pyro and trans temp deal for the a pillar on the 99-03's?? And if you guys are considering a tuner im tellin you Tony is worth every penny. Thanks guys
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theres many sites that have good gauges. my favs are isspros. and stealth, diesel manor, sinister/itp diesel as well as our sponsers has many different types of brands of gauges to get. click forums at the top and scroll down to the sponser area.

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Old 10-01-2010, 05:32 PM
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Thanks Jarrod I appreciate it..
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Word, Got mine at Dieselmanor.
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my whole gauge set, pod, paint, and anything gauge related is from dieselmanor for both trucks i had/have. they have done well and are fast. pricewise, i think i spent more but it was not a kit. they were all individual.
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we cary many diff kits like these:
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Thanks Jarrod I appreciate it..
jarrod's the post ***** of the .org....... so, it's only fitting that he's the first to reply!

I would suggest the edge insight cause you can get all the reading in one place and its digital so its more precise temps.
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jarrod's the post ***** of the .org....... so, it's only fitting that he's the first to reply!

I would suggest the edge insight cause you can get all the reading in one place and its digital so its more precise temps.
well there was like 20mins since the op posted and i just wanted to help. plus i dont like seein threads going unanswered if i could help in someway.
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i like the insight. it is the bomb
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Thanks for all the feedback fellas!! Yeah ill be doin sonething soon, Ive only really been running the economy setting until i order the gauges, didnt wanna take any chances.
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