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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-31-2001, 07:24 PM
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sweet dashes!

check this out man that is cool as heck! probably will sell pricy but I was wonderin if anyone knew how much they normally ran?? and check out that steerin wheel!

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 10-31-2001, 09:55 PM
 
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Re: sweet dashes!

I suggest you contact PetroWorks since they manufacter and sell the dash they might have an idea of the retail price.

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Re: sweet dashes!

Yep,they're nice.Seems to give a lot more room for mounting gauges and such.


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Re: sweet dashes!

I plan on making one just like that! I think its cool! I bet it is lots of money, Petroworks visits this board ever now and then, they might be able to answer your questions.

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Re: sweet dashes!

just get a welder and a sheet metal brake and make your own...no tricky bends in it.

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a welder is one of my future investments! yah I figured since petroworks has not listed the price than that would mean they are really high!

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Yeah if you gotta ask the price you cant afford it

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Re: sweet dashes!

Wonder what guage metal that is.... 16 guage seems like it'd be hard to bend...

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Re: sweet dashes!

it definitely does not look like no sheetmetal from home depot but then again I have never seen one in real life! seems like you would definitely need some kinda of sheetmetal bendin machine cause that does not look like it had to many jagged edges!

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