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Old 12-19-2010, 12:55 PM
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glowshift gauges

im thinking of buying the glowshift 3 in 1 gauges for my 01 f350 and was wondering if anyone has any feedback on them
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Old 12-19-2010, 01:18 PM
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I have one, its not top of the line by anymeans, and the fisheye type glass over the gauge is kind of hard to read in bright sunlight, other than that they do the job. you get what you pay for ya know.
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ive got a 3 gauge package on my truck,i love the fish eye type,there easy to read,ive installed on some of my customers trucks also,no complaints....easy to install
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Old 12-19-2010, 01:53 PM
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I agree that they are hard to see in bright sunlight, but so aree the dash gauges....

I don't have the 3-in-1 but have a triple pillar w/ glowshift. I like them.

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yea i have a triple gauge pod with 3 gauges from glowshift and love them. cheap and work well. i have had them for 3 years now
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Another vote here too.

Only one thing though.... I found it a lot easier to make my own wiring harness and you will have to get longer hose for your boost gauge. I used high temp quick connect fittings that I got from work.

They suck in the day light but are awesome at night. Mine never stays on the same color for more than a week.

Great gauges for the price.
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close to a year. good so far.
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I have the tripple gage pod and then the single steering column pod. No complaints,Love them!
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I have the triple gauge pod as well. They have been great so far and couldn't be happier for the money.
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