Gauge Marks "Customer's Cars"

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  1. Brashanic

    Brashanic New Member

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    Yucaipa, Ca
    I love this site already. my gauges are clean but the plastic is screwed
     
  2. mgoad1971

    mgoad1971 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Houston, Texas
    Any update on this? I plan on doing this in the exact same powdercoat.
     
  3. joegunn12

    joegunn12 Member

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    New Martinsville, WV
    Sent Mine !!

    I sent mine off to Daniel last week. :bowtie:
     
  4. joegunn12

    joegunn12 Member

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    New Martinsville, WV
    Can't say enough good things about Daniel, what a great guy, ill post some pics of my finished cluster soon.... if you want you gauges fixed he is your guy....
     
  5. joegunn12

    joegunn12 Member

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    New Martinsville, WV
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    my dash with blue LED'S[​IMG]
     
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  6. OldToys

    OldToys Veteran Member

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    I am having trouble with my oil pressure gauge, I can't find the part number for the sending unit for the 80 PSI unit, anyone know?
    Thanks,
    Tim
     
  7. earnhardtgm3

    earnhardtgm3 Veteran Member

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    Camaro Country,GA
    Here's the info I have on the one I installed:



    A partial list of compatible sending units :
    Advance Auto Part No. S768P
    Auto Zone Part No. CP7577
    NAPA Part No. MPEOP6638SB
    Advance Auto sells the BWD (Borg Warner) brand. This one seems to work very well for
    everyone. Compatible part numbers are:
    S768
    S768P
    S769
    The best sender seems to be BWD brand from Advance Auto. Part # S768P, S768, or
    S769
    You won't find a sending unit for the oil gauge on the parts store searches because the
    2nd gen Camaros never had the oil gauge Third gen Camaro had the gauge, but it was
    a 60 PSI gauge, so that unit isn't compatible.
    I was able to get an AC Delco brand sender from Classic City Auto Parts (a sponsor on
    this site). That unit also works very well. Basically, the sender for any 70's GM vehicle
    with 80 PSI oil gauge will work just fine (ie: Corvette, Trans Am, Grand Prix, etc)
     
  8. BillyDean7173

    BillyDean7173 Veteran Member

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    Hutto, TX
    Just wanted to say thanks, Daniel for the oil gauge. I went through Pete at FbodyWarehouse to get it. Looks great and will post a pic when installed. Can't wait to replace that silly clock.
     

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