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Old 07-05-2013, 05:34 PM
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Big truck gauges for the 1/2 ton

I found these gauges and dash in a junk yard a couple of weeks ago. I put the dash in my wife's 58. I would like to put the tach back in but I done think it works. Is their anyone the rebuilds them? I think I need to go back and get the parts to hook the tach up. At first I just wanted the gauges and was not thinking about the big picture so I left several parts behind. I'm thinking about putting a clock in where the air gauge goes. I just don't need an air gauge on a 1/2 ton unless my wife says " Bag it".

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Here is what the dash looks like in the 1/2 ton. I think I like the look of the hole to the left for a tack and the other the " Star" better. I may look for one of those and sell the one I have with the tack and air gauge.

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Aw heck, load some speakers in there
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Tach (17360) is cable driven (to dizzy).
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Woh that's such a cool dash! I'm new to this model year. How do you get a dash like that? Monster cluster haha
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What does the rest of the parts donor look like? I may need parts.
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