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I know the add is old...but still got this?

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I know the add is old...but still got this?

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If they don't I have my original cluster if you're interested.
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Is it a 6 or 4 gauge cluster?

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i am interested but have some questions. i have a 4 gauge and am wondering if i put the switches in will i be able to switch them over? can i make that switch and every thing work?
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from what I understand and been told you can, but maybe someone else will speak up on here from experience.
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i am interested but have some questions. i have a 4 gauge and am wondering if i put the switches in will i be able to switch them over? can i make that switch and every thing work?
Switches?? Is this a standard 6 gauge or the MyColor?

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