Looking for options on where to mount a Boost gauge in my 2017 Yukon

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    Have tried to search but cant really find anything. Anybody here have a boost gauge mounted up?
     
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    Good option for the pickups but the Yukon dash is completely different.
     
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    Found a color touch screen flush mount, about 1/4 inch thick total that will fit perfectly in noted area (I believe trailer brake control would go here). Uses 0-5 volt sensor signals. I’m going to use it for boost pressure and meth tank level. I’ll post specifications tomorrow
     
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    Unfortunately I have the trailer brake controller there. That will be a nice little setup though.
     
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    How different is the steering column on 17 vs 08? This is where I have mine mounted. The fitting on autometers website says it was for a 7-14 Silverado

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    It's completely different but it looks like autometer makes the same pod for the 2015+ vehicles which should all be similar. I knew I remembered somebody mounting a gauge on the column. Just couldn't remember who. Thanks for posting! I think that's going to be my plan. Go with the autometer 15009 pod. Want to run one of the boost/AFR combo gauges in it.
     
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    The one I’m using is auto meter failsafe gauge. It has different settings so you can make the led sweep AFR, boost, o2 voltage and maybe a few others. The center display can also display the same but numerical value.
     

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