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A-Pillar Gauge Pod for Miata 1999-2002
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A-Pillar Gauge Pod

1999-2002

PART NUMBER: 61-0431

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DESCRIPTION

The Miata does not come with a natural location to mount gauges but we can fix that. Here we present the latest technology in Miata Gauge Pod Pillars. This completely replaces your stock Miata A-Pillar panel while incorporating pods for two gauges. Yes, more difficult to install but provides a pleasing OEM look in your Miata. This unit completely replaces your existing Miata A-Pillar.

Fits standard 2-1/16" (52mm) gauges Greg's install note: The description states for '99 to '02 cars, but do you know the simple hack to make this gauge pod fit the '03-'05 cars? The shape of the A-pillar cover changed and there is a support bracket behind it. When you remove the OEM pillar cover you will see the metal bracket attached to the A-pillar. Remove the screws/bolts holding it to the A-pillar. Once this support bracket is removed these gauge pods will fit just fine.

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A-Pillar Gauge Pod

Does what it's supposed to do. For the '03+ vehicles you just pull the metal bracket off and it installs like stock. Couple of things to note. The finish doesn't match the finish on my 2004 A-pillar, it's glossier and rougher where the factory piece has a duller faux leather look to it. The mounting screws provided do not go into anything on the later model cars either as there isn't anything for them to grab. So you'll need to epoxy the screw covers in place.

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