New Teleflex Lido Series Boat Marine Trim Gauge Pre 2001 Yamaha 65505p on 2040-parts.com
Spring Hill, Florida, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days
Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice)
Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted
Return policy details:If part is damaged or not a described we will give a full refund. Any non-damaged exchanges or refunds that we accept must be new in the package (where applicable) and will be minus original shipping. Some items also may have a re-stocking fee. Electrical or ignition products are exchange only if installed. All returns must have a return number or authorization. Please be sure to order the right parts the first time if you do not know what you need ask, we can help!
New Teleflex Lido Trim Gauge
This gauge will work with Yamaha outboards made prior to 2001 that have trim sending units on them.
- White Gauge face, polished stainless steel bezel with black accents and fire orange tip on the pointer. Domed glass lens resists scratching and sheds water. Red through dial lighting for great night time visibility
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