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Adventures in Gauge Clusters

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grizzlebar

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Finally got around to pulling out the cluster and replacing everything with a set of SpeedHut gauges. Plan is to also install a AFR pod to the left of the cluster in the cubby spot on the dash and run a set of wires down to the analog clock/switch panel for lighting control. 

 

Still need to work on wiring up everything, but that’ll involve buying a molex connector which I don’t have. 

 

Good news is all of this only took one blood sacrifice. 

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