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Faria Boat Speedometer Gauge SE9935A | Oversized Spun Silver

Boat part number 1083289 is a new oversized 65 MPH (100 Km/h) Spun Silver Series speedometer gauge from Faria, part number SE9935A .
made for Custom Applications
$129.95 MSRP: $175.43
GLS Stock #: 1083289-BC345
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Boat part number 1083289 is a new oversized 65 MPH (100 Km/h) Spun Silver Series speedometer gauge from Faria, part number SE9935A .

This clear halogen bulb illuminated speedometer gauge features a domed lens, silver colored bezel, spun silver face, black needle, lettering and accents.

It measures approximately 4 3/4" Dia. across the face (including bezel) x 3 1/2" D overall and requires a cutout of approximately 4 1/4" Dia. It has (1) pitot connection and (2) single male spades (connector not included).

Mounting bracket included.

Specifications:
  • Part Manufacturer: Faria
  • Series: Spun Silver
  • Part Number: SE9935A
  • Color: Silver / Spun Silver
  • Cutout Dimensions: 4 1/4" Dia.
  • Overall Dimensions: 4 3/4" Dia. x 3 1/2" D
  • Connections: (1) Pitot Connection / (2) Single Spade Male
This gauge comes equipped with a new style compression fitting, but you can easily adapt it to the old style pitot nipple by unscrewing the fitting and replacing with a 1/8" to 1/8" female hose barbed fitting. We also have the converter fitting available. Our stock #1022048.

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.

This gauge comes equipped with a new style compression fitting, but you can easily adapt it to the old style pitot nipple by unscrewing the fitting and replacing with a 1/8" to 1/8" female hose barbed fitting. We also have the converter fitting available. Our stock #1022048.

Product Questions

how does this speedometer work?
Question by: Marty on Mar 5, 2020, 11:31 AM
Hi Marty,
Thank you for your interest in Great Lakes Skipper. There is a speedo tube that runs from your pick up on the transom, to the back of the gauge. That makes most of these speedometers pretty universal as there are no plugs that would make them specific. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact back!
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Jake
Answer by: Jake Doro on Mar 5, 2020, 11:35 AM