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Gauge pod in instrument bezel

Where can I purchase this? I want to install one aeroforce gauge and can't find this pod setup anywhere.
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That's a custom one somebody made. It isn't as nice as the one I tracked down tho. If you look you'll see that one is black spray painted. I got one that is color matched to look OEM.


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Where and how much?
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I think I paid $180. The guy isn't making it anymore that I know of. He had to scrape up the last of the paint to make mine. I know that a couple of people that "commercially" made them aren't doing it anymore. You may want to try WTB on the other forum. There also was a how-to over there by someone that made one for himself. If I did that I'd buy a spare bezel to work on.

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They do look nice when done right. You can also use the Mode button area and move that down to the side of the middle console. Looks trick I will see if I can find a picture of what I mean.
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They do look nice when done right. You can also use the Mode button area and move that down to the side of the middle console. Looks trick I will see if I can find a picture of what I mean.
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Here are a few examples.



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Hey 8mydust, you got any other info on that bottom picture? Looking to do something similar or build it in the gauge bezel.
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not sure about the rules of this forum, but google Maverick Man Carbon...he does good work and he's got one like you're looking for...if you like the carbon fiber look
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there's also center stack gauge pods (from multiple vendors) and westcoastspeed is now making A-pillar pods (single, double, and triple) that match the stock fabric covering if you wanna go that route...
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