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Old 12-28-2011, 01:12 AM   #1
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White face gauges

As anybody bought these? I'm curious if they fit and look good http://www.whitegauges.net/products/...ce-Gauges.html
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Never used those, I believe mine were Mac brand. They were actually pretty good looking. It's definitely something you take your time on instal and they'll look good. Those don't look bad, I'm not a fan of the ones I saw on AM.com

I personally like the SVT ones the best. Don't think those are available not for sure. I've even considered buying a Cobra cluster if I could get one with real similar miles.
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Yeah, I've been shopping around. I don't like the reverse glow at all. I haven't taken a look at the Mac ones yet. Any idea on a price for those? I really wish Ford Racing made white face gauges.

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Why not just buy the cluster and swap the faces? That'd keep the stock mileage
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Yeah, I've been shopping around. I don't like the reverse glow at all. I haven't taken a look at the Mac ones yet. Any idea on a price for those? I really wish Ford Racing made white face gauges.
I like Mac products pretty good, and yeah not a fan of reverse glow either.
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I'll have to check those out at some point. I have a friend who swapped them on his 95 GT but I don't remember what brand he went with.
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Yeah, I've been shopping around. I don't like the reverse glow at all. I haven't taken a look at the Mac ones yet. Any idea on a price for those? I really wish Ford Racing made white face gauges.

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Why not just buy the cluster and swap the faces? That'd keep the stock mileage
I'd be scared of damaging it coming off, don't remember the black ones in my 95 messing up though. Wonder what would be best re-stick them to my cluster?
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As anybody bought these? I'm curious if they fit and look good http://www.whitegauges.net/products/...ce-Gauges.html
I had them in my mustang. They were stack racing. Looked really cool but horrible quality. Just make sure they are good quality. The wires they gave me to connect it with kept breaking. Lol.
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They say that it should just slide over the needles and on top of the stock gauges.

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I'd be scared of damaging it coming off, don't remember the black ones in my 95 messing up though. Wonder what would be best re-stick them to my cluster?
I'm honestly not sure
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Re: White face gauges

Does anyone sell the retro look gauges? Like in the bullits and Machs, Always liked that little detail in those.
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Don't do it!!! I bought those exact gauge faces- I liked the idea of being able to slip them over the needles .. Well, they got here and the quality was beyond crap. I was astounded- like uneven cut vinyl, bad out of registration printing - awful! Seriously, save your $$$...
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Don't do it!!! I bought those exact gauge faces- I liked the idea of being able to slip them over the needles .. Well, they got here and the quality was beyond crap. I was astounded- like uneven cut vinyl, bad out of registration printing - awful! Seriously, save your $$$...
Sweet good to know. I was fairly on the fence with them.
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I got some that actually work pretty decent lol


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I got some that actually work pretty decent lol
Are yours the reverse glow?
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Yes I think the box said inverse indigo gauges but yeah they work wonders at night
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Cool. I'm glad you like them
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I got mine from AM and i love mine
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Cool. I'm not a big fan of the reverse glow gauges. However there is very few options for non reverse glow white face gauges.
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What is difference between reverse and regular
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Reverse glow lights shine blue when you turn the lights on. Look at the picture that one of the guys attached on this thread, those are reverse glow
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So what do the regular ones look like
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They are black gauges with a green glow
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Check out Simco gauges. They sell the entire cluster that look pretty close to the Autometer lunar series gauges for half the price. I think I'm going to get myself a set.
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Can you post te link on here?
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Can you post te link on here?
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Oh wow those don't look bad at all
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Those look good, can't say I like the number font though
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I had a problem with the gauges on my old mustang because the owner before me changed the face thing to reverse glow and it looked good until one day the Rpms stopped moving! I had to pull the hole thing out and glue the plastic to the cluster. It was a really tight it. And my fuel gauge was always inaccurate. Lol.

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I had a problem with the gauges on my old mustang because the owner before me changed the face thing to reverse glow and it looked good until one day the Rpms stopped moving! I had to pull the hole thing out and glue the plastic to the cluster. It was a really tight it. And my fuel gauge was always inaccurate. Lol.
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Re: White face gauges

i have my reverse glow and they look awesome . i paid a pro to put them in
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Installed them myself, it's fairly simple if you take your time and the hardest part was te headlight knob!
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