Project Black Stallion

Discussion in '6.9L IH & 7.3L IDI Diesels' started by tjsea, Jun 22, 2017.

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    Hey do you have a picture of the gauges over the rear view in the light? Cool idea
     
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    that is all I have for now, I can get more later. it is a super duty pod cut to fit on a obs.
     
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    how did you mount that to the trim piece. ? pics.. screws ? lengths ? etc
     
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    The gauge pod is held to the windshield with 3m "dual lock adhesive"
    this link is to the stuff. I didnt buy a roll, I bought small pieces, but same thing. I believe there are 6x 1'' by 2'' pieces holding the pod on.
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    the best part is it allows it to be removable, I wouldn't suggest pulling it off often, unless you want to replace the velcro often. I do believe I had to use a epoxy, or glue to help it adhere to the windshield but I could be wrong. (I tried many ways to get it to stick to the pod and windshield and I dont remember everything exactly.)
     
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    I have to be honest I'm very impressed by Autometer. Not only did they send me out the correct sender for my fuel pressure gauge no questions asked, but they just replaced my pyrometer free of charge...................that has been 2yrs out of warranty!!! I wasn't expecting that at all when the tech line told me to send mine out to be repaired. I'm definitely a happy camper and will continue to use their products!

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