One of the most necessary gauges in a dashboard, AutoMeter makes it easy by offering 5 different resistance range configuration to match your existing fuel sending unit. Available in 0-90 ohm (GM mid 60"s to mid 90"s), 0-30 ohm (early GM), 73-10 ohm (pre 90"s Ford and Chrysler), 16-158 ohm (later model Fords) and 240-33 ohm (aftermarket senders such as the AutoMeter 3262). Our patented air core meter movement receives extra dampening to help combat the effects fuel slosh in non-baffled tanks.
Auto Meter Arctic White Gauges feature a unique domed lens that delivers the appearance of a factory-style gauge cluster lens. Arctic white gauges have traditional incandescent lighting that illuminates around the perimeter of the dial and have a white face with chrome trim ring that can accommodate any interior. Race proven air-core instruments provide quick and accurate readings and can withstand the rigors of competition use. Arctic white gauges are available in most popular sizes and readings.
- Domed lens
- Traditional incandescent lighting
- White face with chrome trim ring
- Quick and accurate readings
- Available in most popular sizes and readings
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