Aftermarket Gauges

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  1. BANGERSTANGER76

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    Guys,

    Can you tell me what you suggest or run for aftermarket gauges.
    My dad used Sunpro forever.
    I dont know why the Autometer ones cost so much to do the same function.
    Is there that big of a quality difference. Can you guys open my eyes on this issue. Looking to make a purchase.
    Also how do you like the digital gauges vs the mechanical ones
    Thanks for any help knowledge and suggestions
     
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  2. revhead347

    revhead347 I have face herpes.

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    The Autometers are higher quality, easier to read, and last longer. I have a bunch of Autometers in my car. Kind of wish I went with Vdo instead. I think the Vdo gauges have a more reserved look. I'm sure they are both about the same quality.

    Kurt
     
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  3. RIO5.0

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    Autometer's here... got 4 of the mechanical ones and never an issue... I run the Pro Comp series.
     
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    Hi all. I have a 2007 Yaris Sedan M/T .On the dashboard I have no RPM and no temperature gauges. Can you please tell me where to find stylish gauges? And does that car come with harnesses and plug and play wires?
    I'm planning to buy some gauges but I'm afraid I can't mount them.
     
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