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Old 04-10-2008, 11:11 AM   #1
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Default Dual Gauge Pod and A-pillar trim panel-90-97

I have a factory A-pillar with a 2 gauge pod attached. This was orginally on a 96. I just dont need it. In good condition. Gauges are not inlcuded.

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don't mean to be a pita, but can you pm me or post a more clear pic, i am pretty interested, i just want to know what the join b/w the two looks like
like is it clean, molded, etc.
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don't mean to be a pita, but can you pm me or post a more clear pic, i am pretty interested, i just want to know what the join b/w the two looks like
like is it clean, molded, etc.
umm... it's screwed on. you can see it even in the posted pic. :-)
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don't mean to be a pita, but can you pm me or post a more clear pic, i am pretty interested, i just want to know what the join b/w the two looks like
like is it clean, molded, etc.
I can shoot you a better pic later today, I dont have my digicam at the moment. Basically it is the two gauge unit of the pic that Brain posted, it is screwed into the A-pillar then the screws are covered to help blend in. You will simply remove your A-Pillar trim, and replace it with this one.
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scott-i already have that two-gauge pod
devin-i really can't tell even after you said something about screws, sorry, may need an eye exam, lolz
96rdstr-thanks for the reply, no worries about pics, i was hoping this was different than what i already have, i'll just mold mine in, sorry to get everyone stirred up, i really was hoping that this was some kind of molded version to make my life easier and cleaner, but i guess i have to do my own molding now with what i have, i even have an extra a pillar from my parts car to practice on...this is a great deal though, for something that's already done
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if he doesn't want it i'll take it, wait what size gauge could fit in the pod pm me tnxs
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scott-i already have that two-gauge pod
devin-i really can't tell even after you said something about screws, sorry, may need an eye exam, lolz
96rdstr-thanks for the reply, no worries about pics, i was hoping this was different than what i already have, i'll just mold mine in, sorry to get everyone stirred up, i really was hoping that this was some kind of molded version to make my life easier and cleaner, but i guess i have to do my own molding now with what i have, i even have an extra a pillar from my parts car to practice on...this is a great deal though, for something that's already done
No worries. They do sell a complete molded A pillar gauge panel. I had one of those, too. Moss has them. I sold it last year to someone on this forum.
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