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Old 11-21-2011, 10:26 PM
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Hey, I am wanting to upgrade my gauges on my 89 280 Baja, does anybody have any good places to start looking, with out breaking the bank? Thanks in advance.
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Old 11-21-2011, 10:29 PM
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my brother spent a little coin doing this on his 22 classic. not sure if this what you had in mind or not....

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Old 11-21-2011, 10:34 PM
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Thanks Zimm1978, I really like the lavorsi gauges, but I guess I am curious if the sell a package deal for my boat, or do you have to order each one indeviduly?
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Old 11-21-2011, 10:39 PM
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If they dont sell them as a package, I have a Livorsi 80mph speedometer (pretty much brand new) that I took off my boat. Excellent condition and I'll sell it cheap since its just sitting in its box in my garage.
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Keep in mind you will need sending units also, I am pretty sure the the 280's had VDO gages, different senders than most aftermarket.
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There are take out Livorsi gauge sets on ebay pretty often.
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There was a full set in the swap shop section couple weeks ago
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hey baja, can you post a pic of your dash so we can get an idea of where to point ya in terms of upgrading it?
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Faria gauges came original in my 1994 32 caliber, some stopped working and they replaced them for like super cheap. Don't remember exactly but it was like 6 bucks a gauge or something so low that I would have been stupid not to. They also sell new gauges, not real fancy buy maybe a good bang for the buck.

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just remember you get what you pay for.....that philosophy will never die.....just saying...
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