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post #1 of 4 Old 11-19-2010, 10:25 AM Thread Starter
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Ive been looking around trying to find a triple gauge a pillar for my 2007 wrx. My current one is tan and I don't really want to have one tan one black. Ive noticed in a few people picks they have a tan looking pillar. Did you guys customer order these what because ive tried autometer and several others to no prevail
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Are you dead set on getting an A-pillar? If so why? Just wondering. Im getting the clock pod replacement that goes in the center. And from the cars I have set in that had one or the other, it seemed that the center one is a better place to actually view the gauges. But thats just my opinion about it.

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Yeah pretty set I don't like to much clouding my line of sight, and the ones ive looked through seem like they would.
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Here's what I did.

I had a guy on IWSTi fab two 60mm pods and one 52mm pod into my OEM pillar (two week turnaround).

He paints it a basic tan but it looks like crap.

Went to home depot, got some texture paint ($5), brought the screw cover for the pillar to the paint section and had a custom matching paint made ($2). They sell spray cans that use like a CO2 cartridge, and you can use that to spray the pillar. Spray the texture on it, spray the custom matching paint, and I had a flawlessly matched 3-pod a-pillar setup for about $120.

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