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Installation Time: 30 Minutes
The gauge holder is black to match the A-pillar post found on 1994-2001 Mustang hardtop models. For older Mustangs, the holder can be painted to match any interior color using spray paint that is safe for plastic.
The holder will accept any 2" or any 2 1/16' gauge . To make it fit a 21/16' gauge, carefully file the hole slightly larger so the gauge you are installing will fit snug into the opening.
No bracket is needed to hold the gauge to the holder. Double-sided tape is already attached to the backside of the holder. Simply peel the protective coating away and secure the holder into position onto the A-pillar post, near the base of the post.
Because· of the length of this twin gauge holder, you can mount it at the bottom of the A-pillar which will wedge the holder tighter into the base of the dash. Or you could position it higher on the A-pillar and use the existing hole from a screw on that A-pillar. Measure and drill a small hole in the center of the twin holder and re-attach it onto that post hole with a longer screw.
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