1986-1993 Dodge Ram Cummins Gauge Pods
GlowShift Gauge Pods for the 1986-1993 Dodge Ram include black pillar pods and dashboard pods made specifically for the 1st Generation 12 Valve Cummins. Each gauge pod is manufactured using premium quality ABS plastic and is built to be durable and long lasting. Install to Ram D/W 100, D/W 250 & D/W 350 trucks with each version holding 2-1/16” (52mm) gauges. You can also build a Custom Gauge Package combining a pod and gauges with the option of gauge accessories including adapters and wiring harnesses.
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GlowShift Truck Specific Gauge Pods For The 86-93 Dodge Ram Cummins
Different versions of 1st Gen Cummins gauge pods are available at GlowShift. A Triple Dodge Ram A Pillar Gauge Pod mounts to the factory A-pillar and holds (3) 52mm gauges. We also have Triple and Quad Dodge Ram dash gauge pods that hold (3) and (4) 52mm gauges respectively and are custom molded to sit on the curve at the end of the factory dash. All of these pods can be painted using ABS plastic paint for a custom fit and finish that matches the interior of any 12v Cummins.
GlowShift Pillar Gauge Pods For The 1st Gen Cummins
Each Triple Dodge Ram pillar gauge pod at GlowShift is a full-size pod that runs the length of the stock A-pillar. These Dodge Cummins gauge pods are custom made specifically for this Ram D/W 100, D/W 250 & D/W 350 year range after going through a rigorous design process. Unlike some manufacturers, we do not take universally fitting pods and rebrand them for specific makes and models. The First Gen Cummins gauge pods will seamlessly blend in with the factory interior of your Ram truck.
How Do I Install GlowShift Gauge Pods For The 1986-1993 Dodge Ram Cummins?
For the Dodge Ram pillar pod, begin by removing the factory A-pillar and mock your gauge pod up to the A-pillar trim in the location where you are planning to mount it. Use a scoring tool to mark the location. For the 1st Gen Cummins dash gauge pod, start by lining it up and placing it on the dash. Then, using the supplied self-tapping screws, secure the pod assembly. Make sure the screws are installed at the correct angle in order to effectively secure the pod. Detailed instructions are provided to walk you through the full installation step by step.
|1986||Dodge||Ram, D/W 100, D/W 250, D/W 350||All Engines|
|1987||Dodge||Ram, D/W 100, D/W 250, D/W 350||All Engines|
|1988||Dodge||Ram, D/W 100, D/W 250, D/W 350||All Engines|
|1989||Dodge||Ram, D/W 100, D/W 250, D/W 350||12 Valve Cummins|
|1990||Dodge||Ram, D/W 100, D/W 250, D/W 350||12 Valve Cummins|
|1991||Dodge||Ram, D/W 100, D/W 250, D/W 350||12 Valve Cummins|
|1992||Dodge||Ram, D/W 100, D/W 250, D/W 350||12 Valve Cummins|
|1993||Dodge||Ram, D/W 100, D/W 250, D/W 350||12 Valve Cummins|