Also, all of the mounting holes are on the same plane except the bottom right. The top left one has its own built-in spacer.
Okay..heres a plan:
-Mail me your existing plate. Ill measure and copy the mounting hole pattern from it. BTW, is its mounting hole pattern correct? How accurate did it come out? (You dont have the drawing?) If possible, include one of the mounting screws so I can get ones with the right threads.
-The version I will attempt to make will be a 1/4" thick ABS plate with the same outside dimensions as your final adapter, without the mounting tab on the bottom. It will have the same mounting hole pattern. It will have three 2" diameter holes in it for gauges. (thats the right diameter, right?).
-I need to know the location of the edges of the "window" formed by the dash cover on the surface of this adapter, in order to center and space the gauge holes. You could use a sharp pencil and with the adapter and dash cover installed, trace the window the cover makes on the adapter. Then I'll measure it when it gets here.
-I wont be able to make it have a 15 degree angle. It would have to be thicker, and its alot more complex to set up my mill for that. It wont have any reliefs either. Just a simple plate with holes.
-It will use only the three upper/left mounting holes, with spacers and long screws.
-I'll make the first one and ship it to you with your original adapter for free, whether or not I decide to sell them.
Yes I go through the thread very carefully, I got your posts.
One more thing..how come our vendors dont make this? Seems like a pretty simple product to come up with. Alot simpler than pillar pods.