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Well, 3 months after my gauges arrived at my front door, I got them installed.
Only a few minor issues: The tap wrench I bought was too small (1/4-1/2)-so had to get another one, also 1/4-1/2. :coocoo
The pink "hot" wire: The wire clamps I got w/ the gauges were way too small.

Drilling was a breeze as was the tap and really happy where I put it.




 

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Nice looking job! Congrats.
 

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real nice - i like the placement.
what was difficulty level on running
the wires through the headliner and
down the a pillar on a 1-10 scale?
 

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real nice - i like the placement.
what was difficulty level on running
the wires through the headliner and
down the a pillar on a 1-10 scale?
1=easy
10=impossible


I give it a 1-2. I thought it would be more difficult than it was. I used my fingers and pushed them up in there. When the wires came down to the overhead, I did have to notch the liner.
 

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FWIW Be careful "notching" the head liner my 07 has small wires glued to the front edge of it.



Jhardie,

Did you have any problems getting the gauge pod to fit snug against the headliner?
 

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FWIW Be careful "notching" the head liner my 07 has small wires glued to the front edge of it.



Jhardie,

Did you have any problems getting the gauge pod to fit snug against the headliner?
Yep. Still working on getting it just right.
 
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