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Pillar Gauge Pods

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I got some requests from people who were looking for pillar gauge pods.

If there is enough demand, I may do a Group Buy.

Cost still needs to be determined, depends on the quantity of course. I expect something like $40 - 50 each.

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might as well go all out and get it in CF. :D

if you do this in specific 3 pod and CF, i will be interested. even though i dont have an SC. but if the pillar does not vary and the "92-00" are the same then im game.

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...looking for pillar gauge pods.

Heck yes I am looking, I'm so freaking happy that someone is doing this right now! :cheers:

Want a two pot. Please get them in tan!!! RE: the black color, most SC3/4's have a tan color interior, can we match that? (A black interior is almost unheard of in the SC's, very rare!)

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I saw some of the dash 3-pod dealies on yahoo japan with the carbon outsides..i might be able to harass a friend into gettin them since its almost impossible to get on Y! Japan unless youre japanese

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Almost every pillar pod that I've ever seen has 52mm holes. If you want 60mm you have to get into single cups or the odd little dash mount pieces.

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I'm sure it's lighter than factory, because it's thinner than factory. Your factory pillar is pretty thick.

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I may be interested, but... How do you install these things:) I've never removed a pillar before. They replace the stock pillar I assume? And I have a black interior ;)

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I may be interested, but... How do you install these things:) I've never removed a pillar before. They replace the stock pillar I assume? And I have a black interior ;)

Some replace the entire pillar, and some just slip over your factory pillar and stay in place by clips and screws. If these are quality pods, I suggest only buying a full replacement pillar. Usually how it goes, is the 3 pods are full replacements, and the 2 pods are a slip over. I have seen 3 pods that aren't full replacements, and 2 pods that are, so it all depends on the company.

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Very very nice....Y'all should jump on these.........

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So do we have a confirmation on whether these are pillar replacements on the 2/3 pods or if they're just slip overs? I really don't want to screw anything into my pillar, but... Anyone know?

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I am very intersted in buying a couple of these gauge pods. I am doing a t04 on a 92 sc300, and a gte swap in a 97 sc300. Both customers would be very interested. Also to those who think that it may not look appropiate to screw the pod into the pillar on a Lexus. You can always take in to a local interior shop and have the whole pod wrapped in the same material that is on the pillar, making it look like a one piece quality unit. Although i have found it very hard to perfectly match the interior trim on the lexus vehicles.

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Thanks to jdmparts_guru, I just received my gauge pod. Nice product, quick shipment, and easy transaction. It is a slip on, not replacement. I will post pics once I am finished. Thanks a lot.

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