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KEND Posted - Oct 27 2015 : 19:30:26
I am looking for 2 replacement 2 Carver brand or equal rpm guages for my 1991 33' aft cabin. The guages are cloudy and I understand they cannot be fixed. I believe they are teleflex but labeled carver. Anyone know where I could find new or used replacements ?
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pdecat Posted - Oct 29 2015 : 09:44:34
If you decide to replace them You will need to use the same gauge or else change the sender to be compatible with the new gauge.
Nautiville Posted - Oct 29 2015 : 08:54:25
quote:
Originally posted by jtybt15

...why would you want to replace a like component that has proven it's failure.




yea, I would sure hate to think of having to go through this yet again 24 years from now.
jtybt15 Posted - Oct 28 2015 : 22:22:13
...why would you want to replace a like component that has proven it's failure.
KEND Posted - Oct 28 2015 : 17:44:33
I have not taken them out , but it was my understanding they could not be taken apart and fixed. The fogging is internal not on the outside.
sugilbert Posted - Oct 28 2015 : 15:40:15
Stay away from Faria, or you'll be doing the "Faria rap" in a few years.
cwms Posted - Oct 28 2015 : 12:11:42
Just buy any decent brand gauge that fits the hole. No reason it has to say Carver.
pdecat Posted - Oct 28 2015 : 09:58:05
hard to believe they cant be fixed. If they are plastic covers polishing like auto headlights should work. if moisture inside remove then and open and allow to dry.

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