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Old 06-14-2005, 12:32 PM
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Thinking of replacing Gaffrig Monster Speedo with GPS. How do you remove the guages?
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Old 06-14-2005, 12:53 PM
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If you have a panel on your boat you will need to unscrew it and lift it up to get to the back of the gauges....there you will see a "U" bracket held down by two nuts undo those and the guage will be loose.....then just make sure to either mark/take pictures or remember where each wire goes back.
If no panel then you have to figure out how they installed the gauges....maybe from under the dash? Or maybe from behind in the cabin?
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Thanks Wally--It's an 04 25 Outlaw so I can remove the entire panel and get at it---how is the bezel attached
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it depends on what kind of bezel you have....if its one thats under the gauge then t just sits there sandwhiched between the gauges and the dash......if you have the colored trim ring on the gauges itself then you are SOL cause you cant take those off.....you'll know realy quick once the gauge is loose...
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