Stewart Warner 284M Heavy Duty Fuel Level Gauge, Electric, 2-1/16 Inch
Universal Fit, 2.06" Body Diameter, 240 ohms empty, 33 ohms full Ohm Range, Electric Gauge Type
Stewart Warner Heavy Duty Series gauges feature bold white graphics on black face, 90° sweep dials with white pointers. The black raised bezel has a distinctive brushed bright rim and the patented 12 volt light ring provides excellent night-time visibility.
- Gauge Size (mm): 52.40mm diameter
- Sweep: 90 degree sweep
- Sender Ohm Range: 240 ohms empty, 33 ohms full
- Gauge Face Color: Black
- Gauge Number Color: White
- Pointer Color: White
- Bezel Finish: Black
- Liquid-Filled: No
- Sending Unit Included: No
- Sending Unit: Electrical
- Gauge Series: Analog
Item DetailsRequires sender (sold separately)
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