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Gray Triple Pillar Gauge Pod for 1998-2002 Dodge Ram Cummins

Your Price: $39.99
Item Number:
MT-304G
UPC:
842559122440
Make:
Dodge
Model:
Ram
Pod:
Triple
Size:
52mm
Mount:
A-Pillar
Color:
Gray
Year Range:
1998 - 2002
Year:
1998
Year:
1999
Year:
2000
Year:
2001
Year:
2002
Instructions:
/content/instructions/Gauge-Pods/Gauge-Pillar-Pod-Instructions-1998-2002-Dodge-Ram.pdf
GoogleTitle:
MaxTow 98-02 Dodge 5.9 24 Valve Cummins Ram 2500 3500 Gray Triple Pillar Gauge Pod - Factory Color Matched - 2-1/16" | 52mm - Mounting Kit

MaxTow's Aftermarket 98-02 Dodge Ram Cummins Gray Triple Pillar Pod allows you to easily mount three 2 1/16th inch (52mm) gauges directly to your A-pillar. This Ram Cummins triple pod is manufactured from high quality ABS plastic, allowing it to withstand fading, cracking, as well as warping, and can be painted to match you factory interior using any ABS plastic paint. MaxTow’s 98-02 Dodge Ram pod is easily mounted to your existing A-pillar with the included screws for a custom fit and finish. This tan triple pillar pod includes all mounting hardware, installation instructions, free lifetime technical support, as well as a one year limited warranty with every purchase.

  • Gray Triple A-Pillar Gauge Pod Designed to Fit 98-02 Dodge Ram
  • Mounts Three 2 1/16th (52mm) Gauges
  • Manufactured from ABS Plastic
  • Paintable using ABS Plastic Paint
  • Installation Instructions
  • Mounting Hardware
  • Lifetime Technical Support
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Fits: 1998.5, 1999, 2000, 2001 Dodge Ram 1500
Fits: 1998.5, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Dodge Ram 2500 & 3500

Dodge is a registered trademark of Chrysler Group, LLC. This product is not designed, produced or manufactured by Chrysler Group, LLC. GlowShift Gauges, LLC is not any way, shape or form affiliated with Chrysler Group, LLC.

Product Reviews

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  • Works great - but Custom installed
    5

    Posted by Delray Dude on Apr 16, 2018

    Bought this to install my guages in my 99 Ram. Fit is good but I went another route with the install instead of drilling a hole and putting in the clip. I used permatex silicone to glue the new pod to the original piece, so that I could use the factory snap in pieces. My original trim was cracked in a few places and it was an easy way to mount the pod. Only thing is if you use the wiring harness that daisy chains the power, you will need to cut or drill the original plastic between the top and middle pods to allow for enough room to install the guage wire. I used alot of paper clamps to hold the two pieces together overnight to set the bond. once done, the whole thing snaps into the pillar like factory