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For Sale: Cobalt Series Gauges w/ A-pillar

I have up for sale two gauges one is oil Pressure and the other one is volts both of them work very well and I have all connections. They are Autometer Cobalt Series with a Dual Pod A-pillar gauge pod included in it. I am willing to sell the gauges separate from each other and negotiate the prices.

For Pod and guages it is 215 obo, these are a total of 400 dollars retail for all. I would really like to trade with someone for a ss/sc pillar plus some cash, giving them the volt gauge along with the pillar.




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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-02-2009, 08:47 AM
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I am interested in your gauges. Is the oil pressure gauge mechanical or electrical?
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Electronic Full Sweep guage

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can you email me at tdc_worm at yahoo dot com. I have a couple more questions for you...
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what company made that pillar? looks like the gauges don't seat right.

Mods:Exterior 5% tinted all around w/ eyebrow, SS/SC hi rise spoiler, SS/SC front bumper, BSA 17" wheels black w/ machined lip, Falken ze912 rubber, cross-driled slotted rotors. Engine AEM CAI, Bosch platinum +4 plugs, custom 2 1/4" catback w/ raceland muffler. Interior TSW short throw shifter, JDM 4-pt harnesses, CA harness bar, R-1 sport pedal, 10'' solo-baric L7
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Autometer made it, that picture is from when we were test fitting the guages for placement they are now switched around and sit very nicely for the driver's view.

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oh ok. i just bought an ss singlepod on here so keep your eyes peeled and you'll definitely find one. I'm having trouble deciding what i want to do. buy the Aeroforce gauge $235, or get the jet module $253 or so, or get that header from racing solution $199. wish i could do all 3 lol

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i would get the header first and then get the jet module, then the gauge, or flip the module and the gauge around.

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yeah i think thats the plan. get the performance first then see whats happening with the gauge.

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