Green MaxTow Triple Gauge Package for 1998-2002 Dodge Ram Cummins
MaxTow Double Vision Gauge Series
98-02 Dodge Ram Cummins Triple Pillar Pod
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This MaxTow Custom Gauge Package allows you to select three truck gauges from MaxTow’s Double Vision™ Gauge Series to install with the included truck specific triple pillar pod. The MaxTow Double Vision Gauge Series offers users with a dual readout display that includes a “quick glance” green LED digital display as well as the classic look of an analog gauge through use of the illuminated red needle. Each gauge features a diameter of 2 1/16 inches (52mm) and out performs the competition by utilizing the combination of electronic sensors and stepper motor technology that allows for extremely smooth needle movement and precise gauge readings. MaxTow Gauges also feature daytime (d1, d2, d3) and nighttime (n1, n2, n3) dimming modes where you can set your preferred brightness level whether you’re driving during the day or the late hours of the night! The included brightness recall function remembers the previous brightness setting you had selected before powering your truck down so you won’t have to worry about resetting it every time you power your truck on! MaxTow includes extended wire harnesses for both power (3ft) and sending unit (9ft) connections to ensure you’ll have more than enough for a complete installation!
Don’t forget to take a moment and check out the available gauges and accessories below to see which are recommended for your truck and engine! Get ready to hit the road and Tow to the Max™!
Note: A Snubber Valve is required when installing a 30 PSI Fuel Pressure Gauge into a 1986-2015 Dodge Ram Cummins Truck.*
|For Dodge Diesel Cummins applications MaxTow recommends our 60 PSI Boost Gauge, 1500 Degree Exhaust Gas Temperature Gauge, Transmission Temperature Gauge or 30 PSI Fuel Pressure Gauge.|
60 PSI Boost Gauge
1500° Pyrometer EGT Gauge
Transmission Temp Gauge
30 PSI Fuel Pressure Gauge
Boost Bolt Adapter
Transmission Test Port Extender
Banjo Bolt Adapter
|For gasoline truck applications, MaxTow recommends our 2200 Degree Exhaust Gas Temperature Gauge, 100 PSI Fuel Pressure Gauge, Transmission Temperature Gauge or Water Temperature Gauge.|
2200° Exhaust Gas Temperature Gauge
100 PSI Fuel Pressure Gauge
Transmission Temperature Gauge
Water Temperature Gauge
The included triple pillar pod is specifically designed for the 98-02 Dodge Ram, available in black, gray or tan with a speaker hole or without a speaker hole, and is easily mounted to your existing A-pillar giving your Ram a custom fit and finish. This pod holds three 52mm or 2 1/16th inch gauges, is crafted from the highest quality ABS plastic allowing it to withstand cracking, fading, and warping. MaxTow includes a one year limited warranty and lifetime technical support with every custom gauge package that is purchased.
Note: For a proper fit, you will need to use a file to smooth out the speaker mounting location of the factory A-pillar so it is flush with the base of the pillar. This allows the gauge pod to properly fit over the factory A-pillar.Fits: 1998.5, 1999, 2000, 2001 Dodge Ram 1500
Fits: 1998.5, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Dodge Ram 2500 & 3500
These gauges are ok
Posted by James T on
I purchased this gauge package for a couple of reasons. First was the fact that they have a dial along with a digital readout (good for my age and eyesight). Second was price. Basically I like the gauges after they stabilize. From the start I couldn't get the pod to fit and ended up purchasing another brand from another outlet. What is really irritating to me is the sequence of flashes and sweeps of the dial each time the power is interrupted to the gauges. My truck is a diesel so I have to look at the light show once I turn the key to the first position and wait for the glow plugs. I have to look at it again when I start the engine. I have to look at it again when I turn the engine off. I wound up installing a kill switch under the dash so that I can choose when to see the show. If I'm going to purchase fuel I turn the switch off before I get there otherwise It's downright embarassing. Factory gauges don't perform this way and I have to wonder why these do. I called the supplier and they told me it's normal. If I had the purchase to do over I wouldn't.
Just What I Was Looking For.
Posted by Robbie K on
I have a stock 2001 Dodge 5.9L 24V that I use as a towing rig and after a VP44 failure last year I decided to get some gauges to watch how she runs under load.
I got the EGT, Fuel Pressure and Transmission Temp Gauges.
Install was straight forward. Instructions provided were clear. I had no issues at all.
I used the clamp on adapter for the transmission sensor rather than installing a "T". Seems to work fine.
I drilled and tapped the exhaust and it works great too.
The gauges are tight in the triple pillar gauge housing, and that fits snug on the pillar as well.
The gauges look good and work good.
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