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Old 02-14-2010, 01:44 PM   #1
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I would like to replace my gauges and dash panels on my 2400scr. Does anyone know of a good dealer/supplier. or can I order them right from maxum if i had the part #'s. I don't need/want the flush mounted gauges, just to keep it looking updated. Seen lots on ebay, but there never the right size or amount, need 9 cause of the two blanks at each end.
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try this guy....he's a bit slow but does good work from what I can tell....he does custom work so he can make any dash you want fairly cheaply...


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if you find an extra set of the panels let me know as i have a 1996 2400scr and want to change it from the dull grey to the wood toned versions as well.
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again..check this guy out..he can custom cut you a complete set of dash panels..

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Found some gauges on GreatLakes www. They look correct, but not 100% sure. Does anyone know how to cross reference the # on the Maxum www, cause they don't correspond to any of the Faria #'s. Are the small gauges 2inch cutout with the back side being 2.25inch????or are they the 1 7/8???
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