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jonathan1950

Speed Hut Gauges

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Just wondering if anyone has used these gauges?  I just received fuel and egt gauges.  They seem like nice gauges, they have a high and low warning light and they are not overly expensive.

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speedhut.com

 

For me:

#1:  they don't have 2-1/8" gauges (52mm)

#2:  $180 for a boost gauge is assinine, IMHO.

 

/myspeedhutrant

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Then I am glad that I did not get the boost gauge.  I did not pay $180 for my two gauges and since my Glowshift fuel and EGT are not working any longer I do not need the 2 1/8'" but the 2 1/16" so they should fit nicely into my pillar.  Just wondering if anyone has used these or not though?

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I've got dipricol's and isspro. Slowly been going over to isspro as the dipricols wear out, haha. Only had one burn out on me so far. So I've got 2 dipricols and 2 isspros. I'm liking the isspros. The dipricols seem to be great, but definitely not as bright.

 

Although, I think it was killer, the guy who had the 3cyl high idle issue at sub below temps, I notices he had some pretty nice looking gauges. Hes running these:

 

http://www.glowshiftdirect.com/MaxTow-Truck-Gauge-Series.aspx

 

If I was in the market for some, I'd probably would be replacing mine with these.

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I have a maxtow fuel pressure in mine and have had nothing but problems with it readin accuratly. The needle looks like a windshield wiper when you barely touch he pedal. Ended up installing a mechancial gauge as well to make sure i have good preasure. I was talking to a rep at airdog and he said that for some reason glowshift gauges never read right on their pumps.

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I MEANT 2-1/16", not 2-1/8"  LOL 52mm.

 

The Speed Huts are 2-5/8", or 60mm.  aka:  HUGE  lol

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The two that I ordered are 2 1/16".  I am still working on getting them installed and will post pictures when I have them up and running, but they are 52 mm and fit into my A pillar pod.

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that's weird..  I didn't see any on the site..  at least, not of the ones I looked at.. 

 

No worries, anyway.  Let us know how they work (and look) when you're done!

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Got them installed yesterday, so far, I have not driven very much yet, but they seem good.  They have a low and high warning light, I have set them but since I have not driven the truck much I have not had a lot of experience yet.  So far they seem good, it will be nice having the warning lights built in, I guess only time will tell how good they are.

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