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Old 12/01/10, 07:59 PM   #151
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I'm glad I have access to an expanding foam packing machine. I can't wait to see my new gauge.

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Old 12/05/10, 10:28 AM   #152
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Old 12/05/10, 10:38 AM   #153
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Old 12/05/10, 10:53 AM   #154
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Old 12/05/10, 07:24 PM   #155
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my gauge's still work grate. wish i gave ya my glove box to fix up too. lol

i think im going to upgrate to a led gauge lighting. the stock setup is not very bright.
keep up the good work!

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Old 12/05/10, 07:27 PM   #156
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Here is Steve B's gauge cluster. Steve wanted the overlays to match the color of his Bronco. I also added a voltmeter, blue high beam lens and chrome inside bezel. This is the second gauge cluster I have refurbished for Steve, he is a really nice guy and great to work with.


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That is awesome work.
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Old 12/06/10, 07:10 AM   #157
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Here is the before and after picture of Mark P's gauge cluster. Mark went with the same overlay design as Herb.

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Looks great, Kevin. Thanks.

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Old 12/11/10, 09:49 AM   #158
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Kevin - Great work as expected

Just received my custom instrument cluster with blue background and it is absolutley a work of art. Thanks for helping me with my second cluster. I'm grinning ear to ear!

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Old 12/13/10, 07:29 AM   #159
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Here is the refurbished rallye pack out of Steve G,s 60's Mustang.

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kevin's the man ! i can't wait to put these bad boy's on my 66!!!! thanx again kevin and i WILL be sending some more stuff for you to work your magic on!
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When you can, post up the year of the Bronco the cluster is out of too. I know you have in some cases, but since some have the hash marks on the inside of the numbers, some on the outside, some have that little extra line in the higher speed range and some don't, it'd be nice to know what years had what.
This way we can tap this resource (you) and track down when the changes were made.

And did you say some of the center marks were Yellow already, or are you just doing that yourself per-request?

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Old 12/18/10, 05:19 PM   #165
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When you can, post up the year of the Bronco the cluster is out of too. I know you have in some cases, but since some have the hash marks on the inside of the numbers, some on the outside, some have that little extra line in the higher speed range and some don't, it'd be nice to know what years had what.
This way we can tap this resource (you) and track down when the changes were made.

And did you say some of the center marks were Yellow already, or are you just doing that yourself per-request?

Thanks

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Paul,

I would be happy to post the year of the vehicle when i know it but unfortunately most people don't tell me the year Bronco it came out of and others don't know because the gauges were changed out years ago.

as for the yellow tick marks, those are custom overlays I made up.

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