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Old 01-05-2005, 02:41 AM
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Newer gauges in a Dodge Rally dash

I have contacted Redline, but I am looking for more options as well- anyone know a manufacteror for custom faced gauges that I can use in my 69 B-body Rally dash cluster?

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Old 01-05-2005, 02:46 AM
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gauge clusters

Autometer makes complete clusters with their replacement dashboard. I don't know if they make one for your particular ride. They aren't cheap though.
I have an electrical problem with my tach. It will not work with after market ignitions and causes noise on my radio. I am looking at getting a sheet metal shop making me a dash insert and inserting autometer gauges in it myself.
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Part of what I am doing is trying to incorporate Viper styling cues (modern R/T so to speak) into the stock stuff of the 69 R/T, so I really want the gauges in the stock dash if possible. Redline appears to have done it on the Challenger X project of Steve STrope, so I am hoping that they can help me out too!
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