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Thread: Bad Azz dash....Or not?

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    Bad Azz dash....Or not?

    Whadaya think? I have a 6cyl version for a 94/95 mustang on sale... let me know if anyone is interested

    This is my 95 mustanf GT dash

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    That's pretty sweet!!!

    Did you use Photoshop or something of the like after scanning in the originals?

    Please, do tell.
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    yea, thats exactly what I did.... I got the idea from:

    http://www.rangerpowersports.com/int...tomgauge.shtml

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    Very Nice, I think I might have to start working on a set for my F150

    2004 F350 Ext. Cab
    System not reinstalled in it yet

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    Wounder if I could find orignal size gauges on the net before I rip apart my console just for the gauge.....

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    does the light shine through well enough to read at night?

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    By the way, I got my instrument cluster out, and the screws holding the "glass" on are opf the torx variety but they're smaller than my smallest torx driver. Can I pick this up a Home Depot or do I need to go to AutoZone or Chevrolet? Thanks!

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    Can you use a socket on it too? Thats what I had 2 do....

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    Well, the smallest Torx adaptor I found at Radio Shack was 6 which is the size to take the circuit board of a hard drive.
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    It was a T10. Got it at Home Depot...

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