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Old 03-08-2004, 23:37   #1 (permalink)
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EL dials as opposed to EF ones

Just checking on a mod Im going to do soon - I want to put EL dials (the grey ones) into my EF's cluster. I'm not changing the entire cluster, just pulling the dial faces out and putting the EL ones in. Are the measurements exactly the same on the 2 types? I just want to make sure the speedo and tacho and temp gauge will all be accurate with the new dials is all.
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Re: EL dials as opposed to EF ones

why not get the white dials? will probably cost you the same as the whole EL instrument cluster.
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Re: EL dials as opposed to EF ones

I'm not buying a whole new cluster, and white ones are fugly. I just wanna know if I can take the EF ones out of my cluster, and put the EL ones in.
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