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You Know Those Hard To Read Older Yamaha Gauges

Discussion in 'Boat Mechanics, Technical Help, etc' started by Srfrdave, Jan 12, 2018.


  1. Srfrdave

    Srfrdave Boatswain
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    Well, my gauges sit in the sun most of the time and they were nearly impossible to read and my original thought was I could try and get new Gauges. Well then I saw how expensive they are to replace. Even on EBay they run 300 plus each. Sooooo, me being a frugal guy, I started to look around and found a guy in Palatka that actually restores them! 50 bucks each. Plus return shipping 10 bucks.

    Well you tell me. I thought it was a no brainer.

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  2. mkyota1

    mkyota1 Rigger

    Looks good. Much better than spending the price of new ones.
     
  3. Greg and Tabitha

    Greg and Tabitha Blackbeard

    That is a great deal and that guy has a nice business. Does he polish the lens or replace the lens.
     
  4. shrimpmansteve

    shrimpmansteve Master Gunner

    Very nice job! Nice savings
     
  5. Srfrdave

    Srfrdave Boatswain
    Thread Started By

    Yes he does, apparently it a 7 step process polishing process and he also removes the lcd glass takes the polarized film off and replaces green backlight and all. It’s really a great deal.
     
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  6. Bossman

    Bossman Moderator on Deck Staff Member

    Yeah I'd say that's a no brainer for sure, That's a big savings and looks really good.
     
  7. Diesel Dave

    Diesel Dave Blackbeard

    Wow that is really a difference. Good job!
     
  8. Joseph Warga

    Joseph Warga Cabin Boy

    that's a lot of restorative powers there..look good
     
  9. Nocatfish

    Nocatfish Swabbie

    Really nice work. I always hated those Yammy gauges when I had a Yamaha. Call me old fashioned, but what's wrong with good old analog gauges?
     
  10. Bob C

    Bob C Cabin Boy

    If you can get that quality of work who needs new
     
  11. 311sarge

    311sarge Blackbeard

    Looks 100% better. Sure the savings is worth it.
     

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