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Old 02-26-2008, 06:14 PM
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Custom Dash Gauge Pods

I'm looking for a custom dash gauge pod that will eliminate my stock gauges in my 1992 Chevy S-10. I have found some for other brand cars and trucks but none for Chevy. I would like it to fit right in the space that the gauges are in right now. If anyone knows anything and where I could possibly get this it would be great.

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RE: Custom dash gauge pods

Hi try the mini truck mag, or street truck mag, l know there in there, godfather or fbirides and afew more. TROY
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hey there man

i have had a few s-10s. The cleanest look i have found for gauges in that body style is to either get you a piece of 1\4 inch mdf (mediem density fiber board) or a piece of 1\8 inch abs( black plastic) measure it out, then call jegs or summit and order a set of which ever gauges (autometer,VDO, etc...) or go to your local Advanced Auto,Napa,Pep Boys or what ever you got close by. and pic you out the gauges you need. You dont have to buy every gauge that have just what you need for the truck to opperate. Speedo,Gas,Temp,Oil,Tach if you need one. then lay out your patern on the abs or fiber board. arrange them so you can view them when driving. after you get them laid out cut your holes paint or uphoster it how ever you want insert the gauges. and there you go a simple but sleak gauge cluster. Also anonther thing you can do is check the local junk yards for a s10 cameo.(very hard to find very rare). If you can find one those trucks came factory with digital gauges. As for me im a custom kind of person. I usually go out of my way to do things out of the norm. either way it will give you truck a better look....................
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