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Old 04-11-2011, 12:04 AM   #1
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Default 1999 maxum 1900sr gauges?

I am looking for replacements for the existing stock gauges (faria). The tach and speedo are inoperable but the rest are working currently. The speedo is probably in the outdrive and I will check on that. I considered buying just a tach but have been having problems locating one to match, so thought I would check on a whole new set. I am having problems locating some that will fit the existing dash panel. Anybody replaced theirs with new ones have a suggestion. Best I can tell, the part number from faria is TC9456 or TC9326 (that is from there website lookup because the number on the tach is worn off). Great lakes skipper has several oem sets but they are all the wrong size for the tach and speedo. The cutouts on the dash panel appear to be 4" in diameter and the 5 smaller gauges are 1 7/8".
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Old 04-11-2011, 01:35 AM   #2
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do you have a pic' of them???

another place to check is www.fisheriessupply.com

they usually have about everything...

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I can get some pics and put them up in a bit. I pulled the whole dash out tonight and took the tach completely out. It is stated as a "flush mount" and fits in from the backside (as do the rest of them). The bezel sits just even, or maybe a 1/16 or so out of the dash. They are not your typical gauges where you can cut a whole and then slide through the front with a retaining ring on the back. The dash actually has threaded posts on the backside where the mounting rings attach the gauges. I don't want to try and cut the dash holes any bigger for different set because those posts are right in the way. I would rather find a set that is made the same way, or at least compatible with the size holes already in the dash. By the way, who would I even call now to try and get an Maxum oem replacement if that is the route I have to go. I'm sure it would be pricey, probably cost more for the tach than a whole aftermarket set.
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I'll get you the number tomorrow....


Jim at lake union searay here can find them for you.....or find you some gauges.....


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I tried to upload some pics but it wouldn't work for some reason. Thanks for the info.
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Seapuppy, you can disregard on that number if you were going to get it for me. After contacting a few places and Faria directly, it looks like the only option is to have the tach repaired through Faria. I decided to purchase a whole set from Great lakes that is for a Maxum but is a different size. I will have to cut the dash panel a bit and hopefully won't screw anything up. The whole set was 299.00 shipped (7 gauges with oversized tach and speedo).
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Finally got my new gauges in from Great Lakes Skipper. I had to call and complain a little as they didn't send the mounting brackets that were supposed to come with the set. They apologized and two day aired the brackets to me free of charge. While I waited on them and had the dash panel out cutting the new holes I sanded, primed, repainted, and clear coated the dash panel because it was flaking and fading. I couldn't find a direct matching color so I went with a tanish/gold color that looked real close by looking at the cap in the parts store. It looks alright, but dried much lighter than I thought it would be. Went ahead and painted the glove box to match it so it wouldn't look so out of place. all in all, I am happy with it. The gauges look great, and seem to all be working, at least sitting on the trailer in my yard. Best part is, they cost me about the same as just buying the single replacement tach from a dealer. I'll post pics in a bit if I can get them to upload.
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sounds like a good job!!..interesting to see the pic's...

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NIIIIICE Job!!....




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