Anyone have an Jeep Cherokee XJ they want to spruce up?

by Renegade_Azzy

After some positive feedback on Jeepforum, my wife and I decided to give being a vendor a go and produce these to kick off a small side business.

These gauge faces for 89-96 XJs (with full gauges) are printed on a Mylar based micro-porous tear resistant film using a long lasting UV resistant 12 color process. In fact, we've tested these sitting in the elements and the material and prints survived high winds and a storm with no ill effect. They are then hand cut and checked against templates to make sure they leave us ready to install in your dash.

I created this set because I wanted better looking gauges for my XJ, and thought that the other options out there were alright, but lacking in both material and look. The bright white background makes them easier to see in both daylight, night ambient light, and even with the stock lighting.

Our current offerings:
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$25/set plus 4.50 s&h to your door Easily changes the look of your interior and the usefulness of your stock gauge set in a short time. Ready to go, basic install takes under an hour, no cutting required.

To order, email me with the number you would like (in the green box above) and we will send a paypal invoice. Once paid, we will get these out into the mail ASAP. make sure when filling out the invoice you have a current valid mailing address!




How do they look installed?

First, ambient light (center dome light):
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*Nikon D40, 2.5 second exposure, 6.3 fstop, ISO 400*

~30% adjustment on the light switch:
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*Nikon D40, 2.5 second exposure, 6.3 fstop, ISO 400*

Full lighting (stock bulbs):
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*Nikon D40, 2.5 second exposure, 6.3 fstop, ISO 400*

And daytime:
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MADE IN THE USA![/SIZE] (Finleyville, PA to be exact)



(disclaimer: These are not claimed to be calibrated or correct speedometer issues stemming from drive-line / tire changes. See laws in your state regarding use, suggested for off-road use only)

Posted on Mar 26, 2012, 5:21 PM

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