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Old 03 Apr 2004, 08:43 am
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Good morning.

I recently purchased a two gauge A Pillar pod. Installation requires some drilling. I'm always a little hesitant about drilling so I was wondering.... Does anyone make an A pillar pod that is will clip in place like the OEM one that is being replaced?

Thanks for the help.
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Old 03 Apr 2004, 10:20 am
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wyzard,

Yes, AutoMeter makes one. Contact Maggie at Race and Street for a color-matched A-pillar.

http://www.raceandstreet.com/ptindex/

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Old 03 Apr 2004, 09:34 pm
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wyzard, welcome [^] to the Forum!!!!
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Old 04 Apr 2004, 02:07 am
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the autometer pod still requires you to drill four holes to put small pins in to attach to the stock A pillar. All you need to do is set the pillar in place on the A-pillar. Once you know how you like it and if it is seated ok, mark 4 spots on the pillar and drill holes. The place te pins to hold the two together. Remember, the A-pillar is an inexpensive replacement part. I suppose you could tape the pillars together using 2 sided tape...
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I have the 3 gauge pd from R & S and actually ran it about 4 months with all 3 gauges in just not hooked up without using the rivets. Just hooked the edge over the existing cover at the top and never had it move. I did not mount it permanent with the rivets until I had the gauges hooked up. Seemed to stay put the entire 4 months. [:I]
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Willing to try double sided tape? It a lot less hard to fix then holes.
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