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Just Added: 92-97 Ford F-Series Gray Triple and Quad Pillar Pods


GlowShift now offers factory matched gray triple (GS-346G) and quad (GS-446G) pillar pods specifically designed for the 1992-1997 Ford F-Series trucks. The gray quad gauge A-pillar pod allows you to mount four 52mm GlowShift gauges, while the gray triple pillar pod allows you to mount three 52mm GlowShift gauges to your factory A-pillar for a custom look. Both F-250/F-350 gray triple and quad pods are manufactured from high quality ABS plastic which allows it to withstand cracking, fading, and warping, and can be painted using any ABS plastic paint.

Ford 92-97 F-Series Gray Quad & Triple Pod

The 92-97 Ford F-Series gray triple and quad pods are available options with the custom gauge packages which allow you to choose between the gray or black pods and MaxTow Double Vision Series, GlowShift Elite 10 Color Series, or GlowShift 7 Color Series gauges. GlowShift recommends the 60 PSI Boost gauge, 1500°F Exhaust Temperature gauge, Transmission Temperature gauge, and the 100 PSI Fuel Pressure gauge for your 92-97 Ford Diesel 7.3L Powerstroke F-Series truck. For an easy install of your boost gauge, GlowShift’s Boost T-Fitting Adapter will allow you to avoid drilling and tapping the intake manifold of your truck and allows you to insert the T-fitting into the cut MAP Line for extremely accurate boost pressure readings. If you’re trying to decide which gauges to choose for your F-Series gasoline truck, GlowShift recommends our 2400°F Exhaust Temperature gauge, 100 PSI Fuel Pressure gauge, Transmission Temperature Gauge, and the Water Temperature gauge to fill your triple or quad pillar pod.

The 92-97 Ford F-Series gray quad and triple pillar pods will fit any 1992-1997 Ford F-150, F-250, or F-350 Ford trucks. However, these pods will not fit the 1997 F-150 Ford truck. GlowShift includes all mounting hardware, installation instructions, as well as a one year limited warranty with every A-pillar pod purchase.

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