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06-01-2013 12:46 PM
BCDonny well when you get them hooked up for a while let us know how you like them
06-01-2013 12:30 PM
Iheskitt That is too much bling for me! I ordered the Jegs gauges. The price can't be beat and this is the response I got from their rep:


Thank you for giving Jegs the opportunity to assist you with your technical question.

"Quality of the Jegs brand is equal to the quality of the Autometer brand. They are backs with the Jegs name and we offer the same 3 year warranty on both mentioned brands.

Should you need further assistance please feel free to contact us."

I know they won't say bad about their own product, but a 3 year warranty is legit. Got speedo, tach, and 4 auxiliary gauges for $350, and they arrived in 1 day!
06-01-2013 11:54 AM
bruceandjo95yj Intellitronix Corp.
you may like these.. i ahve been looking hard @
got more important things to do to mine right now.
05-29-2013 09:36 PM
Aftermarket gauge options

I am installing a new dash this month andam looking for some options for aftermarket gauges. JEGS brand is the most cost-effective way, but not sure of quality. Autometer has pretty good reputation, but are the most expensive. VDO and Equus are right in the middle price-wise but I don't know anything about them personally. Can anyone offer their opinions for aftermarket gauges? I would love to go with the JEGS if they are reliable, but will also shell out the cash for proven quality.

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