I added the whole guage package to my car. The dash carrier was removed so it was a little bit easier. The cut outs were done with a flat blade tip on a soldering gun. It goes nice and slow kind of like a warm knife through cold butter. Stinky, yes but it gets the job done. Once installed it looks like a factory job.
Just a pet peeve of mine - I would be sure to add some type of center dash guage at the same time you add the tach. There were (2) ways to order a tach. It came along with a center dash fuel guage OR you ordered it with the center dash clock along with the whole console guage package. If you don't put something else in there it just looks strange.
I know, I know - It's not my car so you can do what ever you want.
Hope this helps,
Thanx for your answer Mark! Are oyu the same guy as MarkX22 above or...?
Maybee I will try your method, it sounds interesting to!! The important thing here is to make sure that the tach are fixed in its position I guess!
I appreciate your kindness mark and .......of cause I´m puttin somthing in the middle!!:)
I bought the fuel gauge at the same time as the tach!
My console already had a cutout for a center gauge. It had a lid for steering wheel shift! The P R N D window were covered with a black piece of tape!
I´ll mount the fuel gauge and tacho at the same time!