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I'm looking for a spepdometer that includes turn signal and hi-beam indicators for my 35 Ford.

I originally was going to use Mooneyes gauges and insert small indicator lights on the dash, but an "all-in-one" unit would be a cleaner install.

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I'm looking for a spepdometer that includes turn signal and hi-beam indicators for my 35 Ford.

I originally was going to use Mooneyes gauges and insert small indicator lights on the dash, but an "all-in-one" unit would be a cleaner install.

Thanks.

Doc here,

TRY Dolphin gauge clusters..

However, I personally feel..IF you want to go mechanical, a 56 Chev Dash Cluster (modernized) would look primo in there...

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why not drill your gague and use small leds for indicators?
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why not drill your gague and use small leds for indicators?
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Doc here,

I've Done that before..It looks Ghetto, and hard to see.....sounds good when you think about it, but once in you'll be WAYYYYYYYYY disapointed..

There IS a way to do it without looking Ghetto, Cut a large Rectangle Hole for each, (about 1 x 1/2) install 3 , 12 volt "Bright" white L.E.D.'s and a green filter lenses over each hole, and a blue one for High/Low...That looks more Pro done..

I've used them for shift point lamps on the faceplate with mixed results..




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