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Jun 11, 5:30am - #197266 
gauge pod install-need help

i have the dual gauge pod from the lost recan and pod wont stay inplace. is there somthing that i need to do to keep it there or what. and what is the depth of the gauges that need to be in there.


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Jun 11, 6:29am - #197267 
It should just be a direct replacement from stock parts. I dont really know what to tell ya. But it will fit gauges 2 inches to 2 1/16 inch.

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Jun 11, 6:45am - #197268 
it goes on to the frame, but what keeps it in place? the orginal has snaps to hold it there. do you know what the depth of the gauge that would sit in it.

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