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    So I have long wanted to add the volt and oil press gauge to my truck. I thought I needed to buy aftermarket ones until I stumbled across this company on eBay. I shipped them my instrument cluster and they added the two extra gauges so it looks factory. It is simply plug and play. I was without my cluster for a few days so I kept my driving to a minimum. I shipped it out on Halloween night and just received it back today. Less than a week , I am in California and they are in Connecticut. My total cost was around 190 with me shipping it to them. They charge 175 and it is well worth it. They can also build you one if you don't want to be without your cluster, they can even put in mileage and engine hours to truly match. Check them out if you guys only have the 4 gauge like I did. Comes with a 5 year warranty as well.
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    http://www.ebay.com/itm/270878723713...84.m1497.l2649
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    That is awesome!! Great price too. Thanks for posting this, I have it bookmarked.
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    cool company. I looked at some of their cluster because I want one with a trans temp gauge for my truck. They are a little pricey for the cluster compared to other places plus they want my old cluster as a core. The other places I checked out did not want my old cluster and gave a lifetime warranty instead of 5 year. But, it is pretty sweet that they can add gauges like you did.

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    Great info....nice thread!


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    Looks just like my factory installed gauges.

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