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Old 10-02-2008, 10:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hey im looking for some reverse glow gauges for my 2003 6s...i was just wondering if anyone has bought the ones from www.procarparts.com...or if you know of any other companies that have the best quality gauges...also if you can explain the difference between the silver reverse glows, euro reverse glows, and the titanium reverse glows.

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i have ones from ebay. its a company called ADD

here's what they look like.
I recommend them.

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nice...never seen those before..how much did they cost you?
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I got mine from procarparts, the website. Might check them out too. They cost about $40.
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them would mess with my inside colors -_- which is red...and red muh haahah

but no them look cool.

i herd they were a bitch to install though?
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i got em for about 30 bucks in all with shipping on ebay.
they were a pain at first, i just had to do a better soldering job than them.
id say the hardest part is getting the gauges on, since i dont take off the needles. i just work my way around em.
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i got em for about 30 bucks in all with shipping on ebay.
they were a pain at first, i just had to do a better soldering job than them.
id say the hardest part is getting the gauges on, since i dont take off the needles. i just work my way around em.[/b]
I thought getting them on was pretty easy, but having to recalibrate the speedometer was a bit of a PITA. However IMO it's definitely worth it.
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yeah i might take them up to a local shop to help me out with the install...so that shouldnt be too big of a problem...but i still want to make sure im getting good gauges, so you guys got any more recommendations?
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QUOTE (Hostility @ Oct 2 2008, 07:21 PM)
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i have ones from ebay. its a company called ADD

here's what they look like.
I recommend them.

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Wow those are actually quite nice....haha.

BTW I work at procarparts LOL. If you order from us expect to wait awhile, sometimes the guy doing are gauges takes awhile to ship it out. If you do order from procarparts (either ebay/website) pm me and I can see if I can rush the processing time for you)
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wow those are sexy gauges hostility!
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