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Teleflex Boat Synchronizer Gauge 62420 | Rinker Premier Gold 3 1/4 IN

Boat part number 1078686 is a new engine Premier Pro Gold series synchronizer gauge from Teleflex Marine / Seastar, part number 62420 .
made for Rinker Boats
$99.95 MSRP: $134.93
GLS Stock #: 1078686-BF593
Only 7 left
Boat part number 1078686 is a new engine Premier Pro Gold series synchronizer gauge from Teleflex Marine / Seastar, part number 62420 . Commonly used on Rinker boats, part number unavailable, but may be used on other boats.

This clear halogen bulb illuminated engine sync gauge features a domed lens, a gold colored bezel, black face, and white needle with white graphics. This gauge measures approximately 3 3/4" Dia. across the bezel x 3 1/4" D overall. It requires a cutout of approximately 3 3/8" Dia. and has (2) mounting brackets. There are (5) threaded connections.

Note: Mounting bracket not included.

Specifications:
  • Boat Manufacturer: Rinker
  • Part Number: Unavailable
  • Part Manufacturer: Teleflex Marine / Seastar
  • Series: Premier Pro Gold
  • Part Number: 62420
  • Color: Gold / Black / White
  • Cutout Dimensions: 3 3/8" Dia.
  • Overall Dimensions: 3 3/4" Dia. x 3 1/4" D
  • Connections: (5) threaded connections

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.

Wiring diagram NOT included. You will need to check with a dealer for the proper pin/wiring sequencing.

Product Questions

I have a 1973 Chris Craft with two 327 engines, what sync gauge should I use. Does the gauge come with wiring diagrams?
Question by: Paul on May 14, 2021, 2:07 PM
Hello Paul,

I'm afraid no instructions came with them, and since we aren't dealers/distributors, we aren't able to cross reference Synch gauges. What we might recommend is to contact FariaBeede directly. They supply more gauges to the marine industry and if anyone could assist, I think it would be them.

Sorry we could not help more.

Gene
Answer by: Gene Warmuth on May 14, 2021, 2:23 PM