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Old 11-11-2010, 06:03 AM
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Hey guys I'm looking for some dash gauges to replace my current ones i found these ones in a lmc truck catalog but the only have oil pressure water temp and voltmeter anyway the are basically just white gauges with a green filler light i just like the style all i want to know is if u guys have seen any like these but with rpm and speed also how do I know if these ones will even fit
if its any help i have an 08 f150
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also LMC Truck Parts - Page 118
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The simple start is most of the pod manufactures will use 2 1/16" guages. I haven't seen any truck pods for 2 5/8" or bigger. For the gauges, the normal companies are Autometer, VDO, Stewart Warner, and ISSPRO.

Now if you're talking about replacing the cluster, it's another matter. I don't believe you can just remove the cluster and have everything work correctly. So you'd have to tuck it back in the dash some where. Then add the gauges to the opening.

Autometer, VDO and Stewart Warner should all carry Speedo in various styles. Speedo should be extremely difficult to find in even 2 5/8" and nearly impossible in 2 1/16". The smallest I recall from the autometer books was 3 3/8" and you had very few styles available.
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