You know it’s time to add that pillar gauge pod to your 6.7L Cummins. It’ll look great and you can install some aftermarket gauges. When you’re ready to make the move, have we got a gauge pod for you.
We put the finishing touches on our latest, a Taupe Dual Pillar Gauge Pod for the 10-18 Dodge Ram Cummins. This is a full size Dodge Ram pillar pod that replaces the stock A-pillar and grab handle.
We already have a triple pillar pod version in stock. This gauge pod gets lots of positive reviews and customers have given their stamp of approval. But some drivers only want to monitor two sources instead of three and prefer the dual gauge style.
So we listened, and we made it.
Like all of our pods, this isn’t some “One Size Fits All” pod that we rebranded for Ram trucks. It’s a gauge pod made specifically for the 2010-2018 Ram 1500, 2500 & 3500. We brought in a 6.7 Cummins and took detailed measurements to make sure it was a precise fit.
Along with the specs, this is a color matched Taupe Dodge Ram pillar gauge pod. That means when it’s installed it will blend right in with the factory interior. When you mount the pod in your 10-18 Ram, our goal is to make sure that it not only matches the inside of the truck but also enhances the way it looks.
This Dodge Ram A pillar gauge pod will also be around for the long haul. It was manufactured using ABS plastic so it was built to be durable. We threw a layer of UV protection on it too. So it’s protected from sunlight and the color won’t fade over time.
The install’s not bad either. Once you remove the stock A-pillar, use the included mounting bolt to secure the pod to the factory A-pillar support. Simply thread the bolt through the predrilled hole on the pod. We also have instructions that walk you through the whole process. And we got your back with Lifetime Tech Support if there are any questions.
Grab a couple 2-1/16” (52mm) gauges and you’ll be ready to go. Monitor key engine systems like Fuel Pressure, EGT, Boost, Trans Temp and more from an optimal location on your A-pillar. That way you can make sure your 6.7 Cummins is running at peak efficiency.