Stewart Warner 82228 Wings Five Gauge Set, Electric, White Face
Universal Fit, Analog Gauge Series, Electric Gauge Style, Dash Cluster Gauge Set Design, White
- Speedometer gauges features a 3-3/8" diameter
- Auxiliary gauges all have a 2-1/16" diameter
- Features teardrop pointers with crescent-moon tails
- A curved glass lens and chrome bezel is added to each gauge for an extra classy look
- All gauges have a depth of only 3.4"
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.
Features all electric instruments: tachometer, speedometer, oil pressure gauge, water temperature gauge, fuel level gauge and voltmeter. Speedometer measures 3-3/8"; all others are in 2-1/16".
Set includes all necessary senders, tubing and instructions.
NOTE: Adapter 665-366ADB is required when using an electric speedometer with a Ford automatic transmission.
NotesFeatures all electric instruments: speedometer, oil pressure, water temperature, fuel level, and voltmeter. Set includes all necessary senders, tubing and instructions.
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