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Old 09-03-2017, 04:30 PM   #1
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I am a new boat owner, I recently purchased a 1999 maxum 3000 scr.
I'm having trouble sourcing out new gauge blanks. I have tryed the usual suspects (ebay, greatlakesskipper, ect.)
Can someone point me in the correct direction?

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The gauges should be Faria. I did a search on Google for "Faria Gauge Blanks" and got lots of hits.
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The gauges should be Faria. I did a search on Google for "Faria Gauge Blanks" and got lots of hits.
Thanks for the info.
I called it by the wrong name, I'm was looking for the wood grain gage panels.
After calling a couple sea ray dealers I found a place in Florida called technografic

I ordered them and they came quick and were amazing looking. Of course I replaced the gauges and switches with the panels.


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Thanks for the info.
I called it by the wrong name, I'm was looking for the wood grain gage panels.
After calling a couple sea ray dealers I found a place in Florida called technografic

I ordered them and they came quick and were amazing looking. Of course I replaced the gauges and switches with the panels.


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