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Truck Gauges

Truck Gauges

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It’s important to keep gauges running accurately to know exactly what’s going on in your truck. Even if you have a stock truck with no performance modifications, it’s still important to ensure that the gauges on your dashboard are on-point. This way, you can be on-top of any situation such as overheating engine coolant, depleted fuel, or over-speeding. On an average truck, gauges that you would normally see on the dashboard are the fuel gauge that indicates fuel volume, the speedometer that measures how fast you’re going, and the tachometer that displays the RPM. There’s also a water temperature gauge that measures the engine coolant’s temperature and oil pressure gauge that monitors the oil pushed through the engine. However, if your truck is boosted or modified for high-performance applications, you might need a few additions. These include the air/fuel ratio gauge that measures air and fuel for efficient engine combustion and boost gauge that indicates how much boost pressure is being sent into the engine. Aside from displaying your engine’s vitals and helping to diagnose engine issues, gauges also add style to your interior. In fact, AmericanTrucks provides a collection of race-inspired gauges with bright color schemes that could enhance and complement your truck cab’s interior space. The gauges also come in both analog and digital formats with LED backlighting that includes different colors. While some gauges are sold individually, you can opt to buy the gauge kits to totally transform your dashboard’s look and functionality. If you’re looking to upgrade or repair your gauges, AmericanTrucks will surely have what you’re looking for. Take the next step and give your dashbaoard a complete makeover with these dash overlays. Better yet, overhaul your interior with a few of these interior accessories.