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Made with high quality, durable material, AutoMeter gauge pods are the perfect fit for your gauge mounting needs. Our pods seamlessly integrate gauges into your vehicle with effortless installation and optimized positioning. Pods can be painted to match any interior and add a professional look!
- ADDITIONAL NOTES
- Optimally positions key performance data within driver's field of vision
- Professional fit and finish, this mounting solution attaches to the factory pillar effortlessly by utilizing the included mounting hardware
- Black textured finish which can be painted to match your interior if desired
- High quality, composite construction is incredibly durable and looks great
- Seamlessly integrate AutoMeter 2-1/16" gauges into your interior
- Coupe only
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I see that customers have used this product with the Lund ngauge, but can you tell me if it sits flush in the pod? It does have a wide bezel & I am looking for something that allows the ngauge to sit flush without hitting the pillar without modificationThank you for your question. The Ngauge does sit flush but may need to be modified due to the size of the Ngauge. Many customers do slight modification because of this.Date published: 2019-12-27
Does the Lund NGAUGE fit in this pod without modification? If not, are you planning on releasing a mounting solution for this application? I’ll be the first in line to order one as it’s exactly what I’m looking for.Thank you for your question. We have not tested this with the Ngauge before, but we do know from past customers that this has worked for them. For further assistance please call our tech line at 866-248-6357.Date published: 2019-11-25
Do you have to make any holes in the existing pillar to mount this product?Hi Dean, thank you for reaching out to us. The 10129 uses 4 x plastic push pins or ratchet fasteners to properly mount it to the existing pillar. These would normally require at least 4 small 3/16" diameter holes drilled into your stock pillar. Any additional holes would depend on the gauge. For a short sweep electric gauge, you may be able to tuck the wiring down between the pillar and dash, but any mechanical or full sweep electric (due to the connector on the harness) would usually require one additional small hole to route the tubing or harness.Date published: 2019-01-04
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