Auto Meter 4th Gen Ram Factory Match GaugesAuto Meter has designed and built the instruments of choice for professional race teams for nearly 60 years. Their engineering and production teams are based in the heart of Midwestern farm country in Sycamore, IL, and started realizing the need for quality instruments for hard working pickups several years ago. Since then Auto Meter has been incorporating the experience and technologies developed for gauges designed for grueling 500 mile races and 300mph passes into what they build for your diesel truck. Today Auto Meter is proud to introduce New 4th Gen Ram Factory Match gauges that are available in the most popular and critical diesel performance parameters including boost, pyrometer (EGT), Transmission Temperature, Fuel Pressure and Fuel Rail Pressure, for purchase individually or as pre-packaged kits complete with vehicle specific mounting solution. Under the hood you'll find the same race proven movements trusted from Baja to Daytona finished with OEM detailed styling that blends seamlessly with your 2010 and up Ram truck interior, from unique pointers and dial artwork, to color matched LED backlighting and chrome bezels. 4th Gen Ram Factory Match instruments ensure that you spend your time getting the job done, rather than riding on the back of a wrecker.

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