Speedway Electric Voltmeter Gauge, 2-1/16 Inch, White
Universal Fit, 2.27" Overall Diameter, 2.09" Body Diameter, .60" Stud Length, Lighted, White
- Universal Fit
- 2.27" overall diameter
- White face for improved visibility
- 8V-16V range
- 2.16" depth
These electric voltmeter gauges feature a domed lens with a stainless steel bezel. This gauge illuminates via an incandescent bulb and "around the dial" lighting.
- 8-16 volt range
- Stainless steel bezel
- Backlit white face
- Overall Diameter: 2.25"
- Body Diameter: 2.06"
- Body Length: 1.50"
- Stud Length: .60"
- Replacement light socket assembly available # 910-65071
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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