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Painting the Gauges/Needles Red on a 93-96

Old 02-17-2008, 10:31 PM
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Painting the Gauges/Needles Red on a 93-96

Anybody know someplace i could get that done? Do you think a body shop would be willing to do it?

I would imagine the needles are really easy, but i dont think I myself could paint the redlines without it looking like crap.

Anyone have any ideas how to do it, or a type of place that would do it??

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Old 02-18-2008, 09:19 AM
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I wouldn't be surprised if a body shop just pulled out a rattle can and sprayed them that way, which is nothing you can't handle. Give it a shot, seeing that they are just the needles, they will be pretty easy to clean if the job doesn't turn out to your liking.
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Yea i fiqured doing the actual needles woundn't be hard, but what about the redlines that are actually on the gauge face (example: From 5200RPM to 7K, 260 mark on water temp)? I wonder if anyone has a way of doing that?

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Originally Posted by 96z28t56 View Post
Yea i fiqured doing the actual needles woundn't be hard, but what about the redlines that are actually on the gauge face (example: From 5200RPM to 7K, 260 mark on water temp)? I wonder if anyone has a way of doing that?

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My best guess would be to cut yourself up a template. Maybe someone who has done it though will chime in on that.
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