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the pictures don't show up, can you put the pics back up?
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Oh, sorry. My photobucket account was deleted a while back. What had happened was my web browser wasn't letting me upload pics anywhere. I have a new web browser now, so I will upload the pics again and fix it. I think I still have the pics, and if I don't, I will take new ones. Won't be till tuesday though, that's my next day off. I'm at work right now so I can't check lol.
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alright, thanks alot though!


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I think I still have the pics, but they are on my flash drive which is at my freinds house. I will try to get my flash drive back this weekend and redo the pics for ya. Sorry about that jukdd. Did you get the same gauges or are you looking.
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Ya i've been looking to do the same thing thanks for the help. Where did you find the Super Street blue foglights i like the way they look i tried lookin for them but couldnt find it anywhere.
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i've been trying to find guages for my 1994 s10, but everything ive found is for 95's or 96's and up, anyone know where to find glow gauges for a 94?
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this is old, but this is the new jukddd. i had to make a new account.

anyway, if you could ever get some pictures up again, that would be great
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Doh, I haven't been on here in a while and I just took everything apart a couple weeks ago to put some new led's in. I will try and get some pics soon and redo this thread for all the new people on here.
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I saw this and I first thought you were talking about actual glow plugs. I was tryin to figure out why you would put glow plugs on a gasoline engine!
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what are glow plugs? If my assumption is correct, are they some kind of spark plug or something.

I put these gauges in about a year and a half ago back before the forum went pfffffft! and haven't come back until just recently to find all these questions. I never realized that the pictures went bye bye. I have some upgrades to do to the dash in the next few weeks, so I will take some pics as I am tearing things apart.
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