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Yamaha Lcd Marine Speedometer, Trip, Time, Battery, Fuel Gauge And Tac Meter on 2040-parts.com

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Anacoco, Louisiana, US

Anacoco, Louisiana, US
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Gauges are in working order and come with link wire to the engine. Tach has a black spot in bottom of gauge but is readable. As showen in pic.

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