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Old 11-23-2008, 10:00 PM
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Autometer Nexus gauges, anyone used them?

They have some interesting feature, like colour changing, programming and post run, gauge reading.

I am wondering if it's worth all the effort. It looks like a lot of wiring

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Cost

They look neat! But at a cost of about $250 for each gauge, they are way outside of my budget!

I spent more than average for the cobalt line, and maybe shouldn't have, ...I'll splurge to a point, but those gauges are for the guys with more money than me.

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Yeah, for sure they are pricy, so is gauge restoration, which is another option I am considering

I just don't want to change, if they are problematic
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