Going after market for gauges.

I've been an auto meter fan for years, I always go with the mechanical.
 
I've been an auto meter fan for years, I always go with the mechanical.

I agree with what Old Dog said.
I like the Auto Meter Pro Comp gauges my self.
 
Autometer c2 is my fav.
 
I prefer the electronic gauges.

I don't like a tube of oil waiting to break and fill the interior.

Digital speedometers can easily be calibrated to any size tire. :)
 
I prefer the electronic gauges.

I don't like a tube of oil waiting to break and fill the interior.

Digital speedometers can easily be calibrated to any size tire. :)

What interior?:rolleyes:
Just think of it as "Rust Preventative".:laugh:
 
What interior?:rolleyes:
Just think of it as "Rust Preventative".:laugh:

I have engine leaks for that. Undercoats the tub. Well it used to. . .
 
I prefer the electronic gauges.

I don't like a tube of oil waiting to break and fill the interior.

Digital speedometers can easily be calibrated to any size tire. :)

I hear you, but IMHO the mechanical gauges have superior accuracy & reliability.
I love the 25/8" faces of Pro Comps.
 
Awesome thanks guys.
 

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