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Old 08-15-2013, 06:13 PM
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Gauge mounting options for 2007+ expedition.

Well Im thinking of getting a gauge for temps and Im wondering about a good non ricer setup would be. I love the vent idea, but Im not sure it works with the expedition as well as I already have one vent partially blocked by my phone mount. So Im looking for mounting ideas. The pillar is easy and readable but kinda adds a ricer feel to it, and if worst case scenario Ill do what I did on my jeep and get a pod as opposed to a clip on.

What did yall do to mount gauges in these trucks?
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