Modern tech from a classic tach...
Using today's technology and accuracy. These Bosch tachometers feature an easy to read dial face, which displays 0-8000 RPM inside a chrome or black bezel. The internal dial lighting and an adjustable redline pointer compliments the overall look of the gauge. Compatible with 4, 6, or 8 cylinder OEM electronic or breakerpoint ignitions and most aftermarket systems, these Bosch pedestal-mount tachometers are available with a black or white face and come with mounting hardware.
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What size hole is required to mount this tach in????
Is the housing metal or plastic? Chromed?
Will work on v10 ford motor
Does the tech spin on the mounting bracket?
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