i've heard that the Chevy S-10 pilars almost fit, but you have to do a little fabricating with it, with like a heat gun to form it better. i think slaab has a pretty good example on his cardomain site.
I went to a local speed shop and asked the guy to let me take a few out to the parking lot. I just fit a few on just to see which was the closest. I ended up using a mid 90's mustang dual guage pod and used a heat gun to mold it. Be careful with the heat gun, it can melt the plastic and make it bubble if u keep it too close.
Hey, i used a dual pod from a ford excursion.
This has got to be the closest fit i found.
The only spot i shaped was the bottom the make a V shape to fit the pillar.
I just put it over a stove and heated it up a little, enough to shape and bent it (i took the pillar to the kitchen).
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lucky i had a heat gun cause i was really dumb......i didnt want to take the a pillar out cause i thought it was kinda attached at the top. I finally got the whole pillar out cause someone told me i could do that (after i was finished), but i did all the work out in the cold sitting in my car
why thank you.....i really thoguht it was sewed on, cause i started to take it off and peeked in there and i saw black threads in there. They turned out to be just loose ends to the material i tihnk but i was convinced they were somehow sewn on there.