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R33 Pods


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hey guys im looking for some r33 pods for the drivers side door thingo. i have the gauges and just need the pods to put them in then run all the wires and need someone maybe to even install them for me

$$$

let us kno

tripple pod would be preferred unless only 2 pods then yeah whatever...

i have 6 gauges to be installed and im thinking 3 on the drivers side part and 3 in the middle or cutting out half the dash and doing a custom install

any ideas guys. upload pics if possible

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Just jap sell them in triples but they're universal so I'm not sure how fitment would be:

http://www.justjap.com/store/product.php?productid=17280&cat=325&page=1

And Ebay also has some up currently but they're doubles :

http://cgi.ebay.com....=item2a0da82c1e

http://cgi.ebay.com....=item33675bf1f4

http://cgi.ebay.com....=item2310278ab1

What size are your guages? because the holders are gonna have to fit a certain size.

As for ideas for other mounting areas,if your not a smoker the cigarette lighter hole is a good place but the problem is it's out of your peripheral vision while driving..

If I had the 6 guages i would personally put 2 in the pillar holder,3 mounted in a casing on the dash and 1 in the ciggy lighter hole.

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