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What are you guys using for chrome gauge bezel covers to dress up your dash, can't find anything specifically for macks.

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Try Peterbilt for the small gauges and think Freightliner for the speedo and tach.. what i used in my 761 Brockway if I remember correctly.

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The small ones United Pacific #20510 for Pete have a perfect match to the small gauges.

Can't tell anything about the speedo and tacho though.

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Are they all plastic anymore, Americas Truck Wash & Chrome Shop used to carry stainless that looked better than plastic but they closed there doors a few years ago.

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Are they all plastic anymore, Americas Truck Wash & Chrome Shop used to carry stainless that looked better than plastic but they closed there doors a few years ago.

UP20510 are chome steel. I've bought a set this past summer from Big Rig Chrome Shop and they supplied them with no problem.

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Thanks I will check it out

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If I remember right small peterbilt and the large peterbilt for the tach and speedo. I think the big ones were 2 5/8. They fit mine nicely.

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Mine are stainless, look just like the original trim ring on gauge

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Where did you get the stainless ones.

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Mine are stainless, look just like the original trim ring on gauge

Are you sure they're stainless, not chromed steel?

Not easy to figure out sometimes.

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I bought mine at Walcott,Ron. Tried 'em on while at the Jamboree just in case I had to return them. Mine didn't fit tight on the gauges.Had to use some Duct-Seal (looks like gray modeling clay-sticky). Al

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Al I will check them out when I get out that way, don't need them right now.

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