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> Gauge restore and LED upgrade, step by step video
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post Aug 20 2022, 06:38 AM
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QUOTE(NARP74 @ Aug 19 2022, 08:52 PM) *

Since we are revisiting the past, where does one source the bulbs for an upgrade? My son was just asking if I was going to do this mod?


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post Aug 21 2022, 02:21 PM
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QUOTE(JamesJ @ Aug 19 2022, 01:00 PM) *

Just a comment regarding the LED strips. Palo Alto Speedometer suggested I use LED bulbs because the LED strips emit different lighting for each gauge because each housing is different. YMMV


Could be but prepared to live with that,I had the led lamps but wasn't 100% impressed but certainly an improvement over stock lamps.
The lamps were a patchy light , the strips are a fully lit housing and no shadowing ,had the same effect with my tacho ,I really liked the end result and little effort as I had both gauges apart anyway.
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