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Old 03-12-2012, 10:06 PM   #1
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Anyone from the pushrod crew got a gauge cluster?

Wanting to see someones per made gauge clust or a custom one. Stock gauges are a no go. Like auto meter gauges.....
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it will be hard to find but about 5-6 months ago someone use the stock cluster for a base and finerglassed a buch of gauges into it.i think i looked pretty awsome.
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it will be hard to find but about 5-6 months ago someone use the stock cluster for a base and finerglassed a buch of gauges into it.i think i looked pretty awsome.
That's a thought I think a cool layer of like carbon fiber outside the gauges would be cool.
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I don't know if they make them for your car but this is what I have(not installed yet.it is molded to match up against the side of the factory cluster.it will hold 2 gauges and my 5" tac
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I don't know if they make them for your car but this is what I have(not installed yet.it is molded to match up against the side of the factory cluster.it will hold 2 gauges and my 5" tac
Yeah I've seen those before for your year. I'm looking to replace the speedo and tac inside the factory spot now just wanting to use autometer or a other type of gauge like that.
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I don't know much about them but this place makes gauge plates for different makes.it may help you put the gauges you want in the stock locations.but I'm not sure.you could browse the site or call them if you wish.

http://mc-machine.com/mcm_joom/content/view/22/35/
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I don't know much about them but this place makes gauge plates for different makes.it may help you put the gauges you want in the stock locations.but I'm not sure.you could browse the site or call them if you wish.

http://mc-machine.com/mcm_joom/content/view/22/35/
Yeah I don't think it have a "gauge cluster" on there but I like that 3 gauge set up you linked. I think I might use that spot for some type of tuner, or custom make a whole center console.
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Can i buy the leftover factory guages and flexible circuit on the back?
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Can i buy the leftover factory guages and flexible circuit on the back?
From me?
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From me?
Yeah, maybe i spoke too soon. Im looking for 87-93
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Yeah, maybe i spoke too soon. Im looking for 87-93
Lol yeah unless you feel like doin some fab work haha.
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Re: Anyone from the pushrod crew got a gauge cluster?

Not sure about your 95, but you can use the Autometer 3 3/8" Speedo and Tach and 2 1/6" gauges in the older mustang gauge panels.
Takes some fitting, but it's possible.
Measure it up and see if they will work in yours.
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Here's one pic of mine Ik its a fox n not an sn but its custom to give u an idea
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Here's one pic of mine Ik its a fox n not an sn but its custom to give u an idea
That's the look I'm going for! But in my 95'

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Not sure about your 95, but you can use the Autometer 3 3/8" Speedo and Tach and 2 1/6" gauges in the older mustang gauge panels.
Takes some fitting, but it's possible.
Measure it up and see if they will work in yours.
Yeah I could look into the sizes and try to fit them. What would you think about a layer of carbon fiber on the outside of the gauges? like the trim of it.
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Here's one w/o the gauges
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Here it is w/o the gauges
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Re: Anyone from the pushrod crew got a gauge cluster?

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That's the look I'm going for! But in my 95'

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Yeah I could look into the sizes and try to fit them. What would you think about a layer of carbon fiber on the outside of the gauges? like the trim of it.
If that's the look you like, sure. Almost anything is possible nowadays.
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