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Old 09-06-2011, 01:21 PM   #41
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Nice work guys! I just added 5mm Oznium indago to the door pulls. They stay on after shut down until the door is opened. Dash/cup holders/door handles/Radio & shift console all Indigo.
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Old 09-06-2011, 01:32 PM   #42
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Yeah I was thinking of changing mine out but it looked a little complicated so I said screw it. Hey can't you change the LED's on the A/C and stereo controls as well, or all the ones in that general area?
I agree it's like casterating a flea but the rewards are worth the effort. I did my 2 A/C buttons and radio knobs & buttons as well as console & door handle pockets.
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Old 09-06-2011, 01:41 PM   #43
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Plastic protector

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This may be a stupid question...but how do you go about getting the plastic protector off so you can get to the gauges??
There are (6) tabs on the edges. be sure to release all 6 or you will crack the lense and it's a $30. part.
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Old 09-06-2011, 01:44 PM   #44
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Blue VS red

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I drove my friend's VW with blue dash lights and found it really annoying.
Orange and red are the best for night vision (just ask any submarine commander.)
You are probably right but I like mine blue and I don't plan on driving under water
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Old 09-09-2011, 08:15 PM   #45
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Just finished my wife's RAV-4 dash. Next, her door handles.
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Old 09-09-2011, 08:26 PM   #46
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Custom Gauges

I found this site the other day. http://www.prsgauges.net Sockmonkey & Copper T have had their trucks done by this guy, so they could probably tell you if the like the results. I want to get it done, but have to descide on a color scheme.
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I coppied this from his site. I don't know the guy, but it sounds good to me. I like the "I warranty my work for life." part...........Prsgauges.net PreRunnerSeth’s Custom Gauges
The service is $60 buyer pays shipping or $75 flat rate and I cover return shipping within the continental US with Fedex ground. I’m located in Roseville, CA 95661 for shipping calculations. Local drop off is gladly accepted and work is often done while you wait.
This Includes Gauge Faces, Needles, Needle Painting, PRNDL, LCD, Turn Signals. Anything above that is $1 per LED I change. I warranty my work for life.
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I am an electronics engineer by trade. I have been soldering for 17+ years. All my work is done with professional equipment..
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this mod is easy, time to just say f*** it and dive in!!
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I coppied this from his site. I don't know the guy, but it sounds good to me. I like the "I warranty my work for life." part...........Prsgauges.net PreRunnerSethís Custom Gauges
The service is $60 buyer pays shipping or $75 flat rate and I cover return shipping within the continental US with Fedex ground. Iím located in Roseville, CA 95661 for shipping calculations. Local drop off is gladly accepted and work is often done while you wait.
This Includes Gauge Faces, Needles, Needle Painting, PRNDL, LCD, Turn Signals. Anything above that is $1 per LED I change. I warranty my work for life.
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Thanks for the plug and the email. Most folks know me around here. Been doing business with members for a while.
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im a steamfitter/pipefitter by trade, i have very little soldering experience, and 0 experience on electrical boards, i bought the cheapest soldering equipment, and did this mod without a hitch
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