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5" Tachometer mounting locations (pics?)

Now that there are some tach adapters for the 99+ engines available, I've been thinking about a tachometer. However, it seems all the nice ones are 5" or so... Has anyone fit one of the pedestal mount Autometer variety in front of the factory tach? I know it'll stick out and that's fine, but I figure that's better than sitting 5" high in the middle of my dash. Any other good mounting places or neato mounting brackets for the 94+ cars?

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Thanks bro. I must have missed it somehow. When you find out where you bought that adapter from, I'd LOVE to know. I want to use that adapter if I can't think of a way to mount it in front of the factory tach. My problem is that I have a full A-pillar full of three gauges and the Autometer dual dash pod. If I get a tach, I'm going to have to cut back. I love being able to see all that stuff, but it's bordering on 'ricey' if I don't get rid of it.
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