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Product DescriptionLido Pro Series gauges are fog-free with a stylish domed glass that sheds water, resists scratching, and looks great anywhere. Tough, magnetically-shielded, silicone-dampened vector movements are the ultimate in accuracy and reliability. The Lido's polished stainless steel bezel looks great in most dashes. Black text on a clean white background offers maximum daylight readability, while night visibility is provided by white perimeter and red through-dial lighting. Tachometer and speedometer require 3-3/8" dia. hole. Gauges requires 2-1/8" dia. hole.
This 6-gauge set includes tachometer, speedometer kit, fuel gauge, voltmeter, water temperature gauge, and oil pressure gauge.
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Q:I have a 1999 225 merc.two stroke : I would like to have the 50 mph speed o, the tach with the alarm / eng. lights /w / alarm,
the trim , volt and fuel gauge.
What probes, wire harness, and additional stuff will I need to hook this up?Asked on 5/28/2009 by kevin from montezuma, ga
A:The trim gauge is sold separately. I do not know what you mean by eng. lights. You will need to use marine grade electrical wire for all of the gauges. You will need to connect your tach to a rectifier or alternator that is NOT a 20 pole alternator. Fuel gauge to the fuel sending unit. voltmeter to the ignition switch's accessory terminal. Temperature gauge to the temp sending unit on the motor. The oil pressure gauge to the oil pressure sending unit on the motor. All gauges also must be connected to a power source and a common ground.Answered on 3/10/2011 by Justin from Overton's
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