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Old 11-14-2003, 09:28 AM
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try alex at ultimate panels in miami at 305 633 3394
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Old 11-14-2003, 09:38 AM
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Also Carbon Marine Call Wilkes Marine in Santa Ana I dont have his number handy though
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craig, Do you know what he plans on doing for the panel as far as color or graphics and is he changing all of the gages too? My dash looks kind of similar all black with black gages and square bezels. I'm upgrading mine this winter also and i'm still not sure exactly what i'm going to do yet, when he gets it done I'd love to see a picture of how it turns out if you can get one. I'm going to make my panel here at work out of aluminum but i haven't decided if i should just leave it plane brushed aluminum (may not look good on the all black dash) or if i should anodize it a different color.
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Hey thanks for all of the suggestions!! I'm not sure what he is going to do but I will keep everyone posted. Better yet, I'll see if I can get him to join OSO and post the info himself. He used to own a Sea Ray and after a short time of not boating, he decided to get back in. He has been bitten by the "performance" bug now!!!! We all now what that means!

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Wally has done a couple, and I'd be game for a project too.
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I'm looking at the pict Craig posted. Beyond the panels and gauges, would these guys build a new frame and box, or paint the old one?
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