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Old 06-13-2010, 06:01 PM   #1
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Default Autometer Autogage 2 5/8's vacuum/boost gauge.

For sale is a 2 and 5/8's boost/vacuum gauge that I won't be needing since I got an ultra-lite 2 5/8's to fit my car. It's in excellent condition with no damage or defects. Most people tend to use 2 1/16's size gauges, but the 2 5/8's fits seemlessly into the 90-2005 Mazda Miata vent holes, you don't even have to use the vent ring as a bezel. Just remove one of the round vents on the radio bezel or remove the air vent to the left of the gauge cluster pod. Either way works!

Asking 30 dollars plus 6 dollars shipping and handling, but i'll take offers.

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You took the picture while running 2psi of boost?
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lol i was gonna ask the same, mine read right for a week, im still looking for a new one, but ms's works so i use that...lol...
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nah that picture will make due till I can go pick it up...
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FYI if an autometer boost gauge does not zero itself you can pop the light out of the back, take a key or a screw driver or something and just push against the spring until it reads 0 again. I have had to do that multiple times on a few different autometer boost gauges. No big deal.

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