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    Round Wideband Gauge in Custom Enclosure Ideas

    Looking for ideas on how you may have mounted your wideband into a custom enclosure to make it easier to move from car to car. I've seen a couple using project boxes. Wouldn't mind seeing yours using a project box or any other idea you may have come up with.

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    https://www.boxenclosures.com/categories/

    These guys have several housings that will fit the thin AEM 30-0300 and 30-0334 gauges. I have seen the 70 and 90 ( and, i think the 55 ) series used. Obviously, some work is needed

    SUPER-FANCY people might use a 30-0310 and their own Arduino display, with one of the rubber protector sleeves