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Old 04-19-2013, 09:07 AM   #1
juit
 
Join Date: Jun 2012
Vehicle: 1969 Ford Mustang
Location: Tx
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Post sunpro air fuel gauge DIY pod for great lateral looks on mustang 69

I was going to cancel the radio or AC with a panel and install the sunpro gauge

but I found a nice way to install it on my stang

I used the screw from the steering colum to hold the gauge plate

2 1/2 inch nut one to give desired height and the other one to tight the plate

black paint can cap for the pod

drilled the stud holes and a hole for the wires

the cap can hold the gauge just fine so you wont need the aluminum holder

with this option you can install a second gauge on the other side with out the oddy looks "aluminum stud and white plastic"


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this is not for a resto mod IMO but for me this works just fine
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