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Old 04-05-2014, 08:58 PM   #1
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New Dash for Mainship Pilot 30

On my 2001, I decided to go for a new dash look. I added to top, molded in with glass and repainted with two part topside dulled down to cut the glare. Came out pretty good.

What a PITA with all the wiring. Since I was in there I also opted to upgrade all the salt corroded switches and breakers. http://newwiremarine.com has a nice selection with upgrades for led lights on their switch covers.
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Old 04-06-2014, 11:23 AM   #2
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Looks clean

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On my 2001, I decided to go for a new dash look. I added to top, molded in with glass and repainted with two part topside dulled down to cut the glare. Came out pretty good.

What a PITA with all the wiring. Since I was in there I also opted to upgrade all the salt corroded switches and breakers. New Wire Marine - Custom Marine Switch Panels has a nice selection with upgrades for led lights on their switch covers.
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Old 04-07-2014, 06:53 AM   #3
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I am installing a new dash and have decided on ,(,GlowShift Performance Gauges & Pods €“ Automotive Boost Gauges, Pyrometer) for the gauges.

Not marine , but there not for a flybridge .

The sweep is 270 Deg and they have both the dial and numerical number display .

Most of the gauges with numerical readouts only are more expensive than these.

Of course ,I am keeping a second set of pure mechanical gauges operational, as is prudent with electric gadgets..
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