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Old June 30th, 2016, 08:44 AM
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Temp guage

I'm going to add an auxiliary temp guage to my truck.
The last time I did this was 2004 when I got a cheap(Sunpro ?) for the RR Hunter.
It has been nice to be able to monitor the subtle variations in temperature from 185*-205* while the stock temp NEVER moves!

Anyway, I'm going to get a VDO this time.

Should I get mechanical again or electrical?
Is one more accurate/quicker response? Does it matter?

Do they make a 4" temp guage? I guess I can live with the 2"....


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