Oil Temperature Gauges
One of the single most important factors in determining how your engine performs (and how long it performs between rebuilds) is proper oil temperature during operation. Knowing your exact temp allows you to make sure you've got the proper oil weight and cooling capacity. Utilizing AutoMeter's ultra precise bourdon tube meter movement, you can be assured of the most accurate possible readings of the life blood of your engine. A 6" capillary tube and 1/2" NPT mounting nut are included.
Auto Meter Carbon Fiber Gauges deliver race inspired looks and functionality, suitable for any street or strip vehicle. Carbon fiber gauges have traditional incandescent lighting that illuminates around the perimeter of the dial and have a carbon fiber face with chrome trim ring. Race proven air-core instruments provide quick and accurate readings while withstanding the rigors of competition. Auto Meter carbon fiber gauges are available in most popular sizes and readings.
- Race inspired appearance
- Traditional incandescent lighting
- Carbon fiber face
- Quick and accurate readings
- Available in most popular sizes and readings
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