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    Boost gauge

    Looking into buying a boost gauge have and aem one but didnít last long, Iím looking at the autometer ultra lite and the ultra lite 2. Which one should look better?

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    Speedhut

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    i like the looks of that one. nice.

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    I can’t find that on their site. Do you have a part/item number? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoYankees View Post
    I canít find that on their site. Do you have a part/item number? Thanks.
    Looks like they do custom whatever you want, I couldn't make one look exactly the same but I got close with this gauge:
    https://www.speedhut.com/gauge/GR-BO...i-(w--warning)

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    Seems pretty cool!

    I've got a silver with chrome ring pro-comp in my truck, looks close enough for me. I put a green filter over the backlit so it kinda matches the stock gauges at night.
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    You have to custom build it with their sales dept. I replaced the gauge needle at my own risk to match the harley trucks. Iíve used speedhut a lot. They custom made these for my f100




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