Question about GMC C2500
If you are looking to install these gauges into your factory cluster it is possible as it is not a computer cluster. I would look into buying a professional cluster made for hotrods that is already done as there is alot of work to do to make the Autometer gauges fit nice and clean. There is a plastic cover over your factory gauge set and it will be dificult to get it cut out and set rite for the new gauge set. maybe if you built your own cluster unit you could use one of these Billet pieces as a template. Thats just a thought I have done this and It looks nice with a rose wood underlayment routered out to fit the gauges.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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