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Oil pressure Gauge holder

Discussion in 'Customizing & Add-ons' started by cdogg556, Dec 6, 2017.

  1. PacoPetty

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    Good choice I think your gonna really like it
     
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    I went with the engine turned, I liked the look of the one cdogg posted. I’ve had that gauge in mind since I had my Pit, actually saved the site in my phone. Finally had to do it. Merry Christmas to me...beat my wife to it:D
     
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    :agree: That's the one I have and it looks great mounted up or down low
     
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    I purchased from jerzeecustoms. “Engine turned” was only my choice of gauge.
     
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    If it hits my thigh I may have to move it forward and change air cleaner or mount it lower like Ker did and sell the parts not needed.
     
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    Make sure you use white thread sealer on the threads
     
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    6BB1CA26-784A-495F-997A-85913F9C0938.jpeg
     
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    Normall Shipped with a white gauge but has several choices. I liked this look.
     
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    Unfortunately I do not.
     
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    Thanks. That let’s me know how you were able to move your gauge forward.
     
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    Attachment.jpg

    Not a great picture but you can see it mounted on the front of the rear head. It just worked out better for me in that position. Those guages do get warm.
     
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    Yes they do! My air ride suspension gauge gets down right hot while parked. Once you start moving again the air flow cools it off pretty quick though.
     
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    I did this IMGP7680.JPG I think the fittings came from JP
     

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    Did you attach that to the oil tappet screen area?
     
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    Yes, I can see it much easier at that location.
     
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    And it's a little farther away from the exhaust. Well at least it looks that way in the pic.
     
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    Thanks for the pic JR. Thought I missed it on your k9 in October but I see it’s the choppa. Nice looking scoot by the way.
     

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