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  • Aftermarket Gauges in a Stock Magnum/Cordoba Dash Panel

    About 15 years ago I ditched the stock dash in my Magnum for a custom dash panel and Dakota digital gauges.

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    What was Kool then is not not so kool now. I want to go back to a stock dash, but fill them with aftermaket gauges.

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    Problem is that the holes are 2 4" and 2 2 5/8"

    I can find 4" Speedo and Tach, but the selection sucks. Then I only have 2 holes but need Volt, Fuel, Coolant temp and oil pressure. I guess I can put the gas and oil pressure in the dash and get a pillar pod for the Volt and temp. However, I'd prefer finding combo gauges if possible.

    Has anyone ever put aftermarket gauges in a stock panel? What did you use and what problems did you have?
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    I think I found the answer

    4 inch from Speedhut. These auto 4 inch come in a variety of colors and sizes custom built by Speedhut.
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      I hope they work as I just spent $900 on a set. I'll update when they arrive (4-5 weeks) and are installed.
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