Stewart Warner 82224 Wings Six White Gauge Set, Electric/Mechanical
Universal Fit, Analog Gauge Series, Electric/Mechanical Gauge Style, 6 Number of Gauge Housings
- Features curved glass lenses and chrome bezels
- Speedometer and tachometer have a 3-3/8" diameter
- Aux gauges measure 2-1/16" in diameter
- Classic white face and black lettering on the gauges are backlit for enhanced nighttime visibility
- Gauges have a total depth of 3-1/2"
Stewart Warner is one of the oldest and most respected names in automotive instruments. The company's Wings-series gauges have classic design features like curved glass lenses, chrome bezels, teardrop pointers with crescent-moon tails, and distinctive Wings logos. They also boast Stewart Warner's rugged construction quality and precise performance.
Set features a mechanical speedometer (0-160 MPH), mechanical oil pressure and mechanical water temperature (6' lead) gauges with an electric tachometer (0-8000 RPM), electric fuel level gauge and electric voltmeter. Speedometer and tachometer measures 3-3/8"; all others are 2-1/16".
Auxillary gauges include necessary senders, tubing and instructions.
NotesSet includes a mechanical speedometer, oil pressure and water temp. guages. Electric gauges for tach, fuel level, and voltmeter. Accessory gauges include necessary senders, tubing and instructions.
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