Here is the cluster cover...
Here is the cluster cover from Street Scene that replaces the factory piece. It features chrome trim rings, curved glass, and a multitude of color choices. It comes pre-wired and ready to go.
Automotive-accessory manufacturers dream up, design, and build hot new products year-round. Those products are intended to capture the imagination of truck enthusiasts around the country. Those dreams, concepts, and designs are unveiled annually at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. All creative new items are entered into the New Product Award Section of the SEMA Show, to be voted on by seasoned industry vets who are in touch with enthusiasts' demands and tastes. From the winners, we spotted Street Scene Equipment's' Illuminated Gauge Gear, voted the year's Best New Interior Accessory. Street Scene is best known for its clean, yet aggressive, truck styling body kits, custom sport mirrors, and Speed Grilles. But, in this case, the company took its designers inside the truck and let them work their magic.
The Illuminated Gauge Gear simply replaces the factory dash gauge cover. Since you don't physically disassemble the gauge face, the installation is very straightforward. Simple as it may be to install, the look is nothing short of dramatic. The gauge gear dash cover replaces the slightly curved factory dash gauge cover with a racy "gauge cluster" look. Each gauge is isolated with a 3-D chrome ring and beveled-glass look. That look alone is worth the investment, but this product really jumps at night. The unit uses fiber-optic lighting on the backside of each gauge ring. The technology allows the lighting to balance around each individual gauge.
The totally custom feature is the toggle switch, which allows enthusiasts to flip through seven different colors, finding the right color to match the night's mood. If this fits your mood, then get on the phone or search for Stylin' Concepts on your computer - the company has these in stock and ready to ship.
1a.To start, you must get...
1a.To start, you must get the stock cluster out of the truck. To do this, set the parking brake, and put the truck in Low to get the shifter handle out of the way. Next, pull out on the dash trim to pop free the clips. Then unscrew the fasteners that hold the main cluster in, and rotate the cluster to gain access to the plug on the top. Now put the truck back in gear and shut off the key. Now you can unplug the cluster and take it to the bench.