MK3 Supra - Steering Wheel Gauge Pod (52mm or 60mm & 90-92)

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One of the most popular items in our lineup. We have designed the steering wheel gauge pod to conform to the 90-92 MK3 Supra's with a flawless victory. The pods come in both popular diameters of 52mm and 60mm. They also have the option for a capped or uncapped backing. A capped steering wheel gauge pod still has a small slit in the bottom for wires to pass through but retains a very flush and aesthetically pleasing cap to flow with the rest of the interior. Also available is our in-house wrinkled finish which avoids fingerprints and gives the gauge pod a final form aesthetically pleasing finish. 

Placement: 

The pods are uniquely placed in the cabin where a very minimal amount of range is lost with the factory gauge cluster. The left pod hides the tachometer under 1000rpms but lean in and tilt your head ever so slightly and you can see it just fine. The right gauge pod hides your speed after 140mph. If you're looking down at your speed going this fast, you got bigger issues, lol. 

Mounting:

You have two options. You can utilize the included 3mm screws, drill two very minor holes and secure from inside the steering column plastic with a couple of included screws OR if you don't want to ruin your plastic in a permanent fashion, feel free to use some double-sided tape (not included). 

Note #1: Capped gauge pods are 1.5" limited. This measurement is your gauge body depth. You do not count the mounting screws or the gauge bezel for this measurement. Most modern gauges are shallow in-depth but please confirm with the manufacture of the gauge before you purchase. 

Note #2: This page is ONLY for 1990-1992 Steering Wheel Gauge Pods. This WILL NOT FIT your 86.5-89 Supra because you have a different steering wheel column plastic. We will try to do our best to bring compatibility to the earlier years of the MK3 Supra. 

Note #3: Year-1989. This was a transition year. It could have Pre89 or 90+ steering column plastic. How can you tell? I'll try to post up a picture of the difference shortly but in the meantime. Take a picture of your steering column plastic and I'd be happy to tell you which one you have.