Typical price of SR5 gauge cluster?

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  1. MrDinkleman

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    I've got the bug to swap my base gauge cluster for an SR5 cluster with tach. Took a quick look at ebay but only found a couple for sale for >$250 (that were tested by seller and had a 14 day return okay)!

    Does anyone know what these cost typically at auto junk yards?

    For that much money, I think I would rather just get an aftermarket tach...
     
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    60 bucks.
     
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    That's what I did. Bought a Sunpro AutoZone tach. 2" or 2 1/2". Think I paid like 40 bucks maybe? Mounted it to my pillar works perfectly. It's been there for 8 years now. :waytogo:
     
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    hmmmm...

    $60... I'll have to check out some junk yards and see if I can find one. Unfortunately, there aren't any around where I live.

    Mebbe I'll just go with an aftermarket tach.

    Thanks!
     
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    I just scored an sr5 cluster and I’m curious on how to get the tach running
     
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    Decided not to use the cluster don’t want to add wires. I know some trucks are pre wired....I must did a head swap
     
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