After Market Gauges for 67 GTX/Pic

1966 -1967 Mopars

  1. FlagCraig

    FlagCraig Well-Known Member

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    Looking for Mechanical dual or triple to locate somewhere with least amount of drilling if any.

    Also, where is a good place to locate aftermarket tach?

    Any pics would be great and recommended manufacturer.

    I've read and heard good things about AutoMeter but they seem pricey.

    Thanks.

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    you pay for what you get, if you buy cheap gauges you will find they are not as accurate or the quality as not as good as the more pricer AutoMeter or Steward Warner. To each his own, it's your dollar to spend!!!! Just my 2 cents worth.

    Here is a set from AutoMeter that I've used in different cars. They should not break the bank and cost around $100. They are 2 5/8 inch in size and are easy to read and install

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    here is a set in my 70 Sport Satellite
     
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      AR67GTX Well-Known Member

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      I made a fiberglass gage panel for mine - just because I didn't have anything better to do and had the materials laying around.

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