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    If you know a good resource for stock, after market or restoration of gauges for Mopars, tell the rest of us about it and share a link to their web site.
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    I wanted to fill the stock dash panel of my Magnum with aftermarket gauges. The stock panel has two 4" holes and two 2 5/8" holes. Very few companies make 4" gauges, and I had to find a combo gauge to get six gauges in four holes.

    I stumbled across a company called Speed Hut that puts custom faces on their gauges, and had a 4" Combo Speedometer and tach; and a 4" combo gas/temp/volt/oil pressure. I filled the other two holes with a clock and Oil Temp gauge.
    Gauges, Custom Gauges, Tachometers, Speedometers, GPS Speedometers, Boost Gauges, Shift Lights, Gauge Pods and Gauge Pillars by SpeedHut. Call 801-221-1460
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ID:	265157 http://newvintageusallc.mybigcommerce.com/1969-series

      I've purchased two sets from this company in Michigan, and am very satisfied. They also customize, including gauge size, though I couldn't get the five inch speedometer I wanted for my '56 Plymouth.

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