Beede Boat Water Pressure Gauge 960884 | Ranger 2 1/8 Inch Black

Boat part number 7910086 is a new water pressure gauge from Beede, part number 960884 .
made for Ranger Boats
GLS Stock #: 7910086-AG272
24 in stock
Boat part number 7910086 is a new water pressure gauge from Beede, part number 960884 . Commonly used on Ranger boats, part number 5532142 . Can be used on other boats.

This red booted halogen illuminated gauge features a domed lens, black and orange face, silver colored bezel, with white lettering, numerals and accents and an orange needle.

Measures approximately 2 3/8" diameter across the face including bezel x 3 3/8" deep overall. Requires an approximate 2 1/8" diameter cutout. Hosts (1) 6-Pin Deutsch connection.
Mounting bracket included.

  • Boat Manufacturer: Ranger Boats
  • Part Number: 5532142
  • Part Manufacturer: Beede
  • Part Number: 960884
  • Colors: Black (Face) | Silver (Bezel)
  • Overall Dimensions: 2 3/8" Dia. x 3 3/8" D
  • Cutout: 2 1/8" Dia.
  • Connections: (1) 6-Pin Deutsch

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate.

Instruction / installation manual not included.

Hardware not included.

Pigtail connector / harness not included.

Product Questions

is there a converter from 6pin conection to 2 spades
Question by: larry on Jul 14, 2022, 6:36 AM
Hi Larry,

I'm afraid we aren't aware of any. You may want to try contacting FariaBeede to see what their wiring solution might be for these. I'm sure other people have converted at some point.

Answer by: Admin on Jul 14, 2022, 12:16 PM
How do I go from a 2 spade electrical on the back of my current water pressure gauge to the the 4 p0le connection on the 9660884 water pressure gauge ? Does this gauge use the same screw in fitting currently on my water line ?
Question by: Phil on Aug 4, 2021, 9:05 PM
Hello Phil,
You would want to just wire up that 6 pin switch so it will plug into this gauge. If you have any other questions please be sure to contact back.

Answer by: Ethan Doro on Aug 5, 2021, 10:26 AM