Custom Gauge FaceAt Baggers we love to hop up our bikes in both looks and horsepower. On our '08 Road Glide test mule we decided that we wanted to ditch our boring white OE gauge faces for something a bit more custom. Upon searching for new faces we ran into a company called Nu Image that has been making custom gauge faces in the automotive industry for years. The artisans at Nu Image can graft anything on the face of the gauge in any color, so the options are limitless. That is not the only thing that separates them from the rest of the flock. They are not just another company who sells you gauge faces with cheesy directions and sends you packing to do it yourself. Nu Image has a handy mail-in program where professionals do all the hard work for you. Once the gauges are removed from your bike, you simply pack them carefully in a box and send them to Nu Image. From there, a trained technician at the factory disassembles each gauge and replaces it with the new face. Once the gauges are reassembled and test-run at Nu Image, they are packed up and send them back to you lickety split. This whole process can take as little as 24 hours if no special painting, plating or polishing is involved. What are you waiting for? Give the company a call and pimp out those dials! (1.)This is how the stock white H-D gauges look nestled in the Road Glide's fairing. (2.)We pulled off the outer fairing, then removed all of the gauges. (3.)Once the gauges were all removed, we neatly packed them in a box to be shipped to Nu Image. (3.)Once the gauges were all removed, we neatly packed them in a box to be shipped to Nu I (4.)In a few days time we got our custom re-faced gauges back painted to match the stripes on the bike. (4.)In a few days time we got our custom re-faced gauges back painted to match the stripes (5.)The new gauges were bolted in, and the outer fairing and windshield were reinstalled. (6.)Here's Nu Images's custom gauge faces mounted back into the inner fairing of the Road Glide. Sweet, huh? (6.)Here's Nu Images's custom gauge faces mounted back into the inner fairing of the Road SOURCES Nu Image nuimage1.com By Jeff G. Holt Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!