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Old 04-20-2008, 06:32 AM   #1
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Anyone have a source for the dash voltage guage, 8 - 18vdc. I thought the "C E" numbers on the side were the mfr and p/n but, looking on the internet, I think the "C E" is a certification.
Any help would be appreciated.
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Anyone have a source for the dash voltage guage, 8 - 18vdc. I thought the "C E" numbers on the side were the mfr and p/n but, looking on the internet, I think the "C E" is a certification.
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Gary,

CE is a Canadian certification, almost identical to our UL.

I'd bet good money Teleflex made the domed gauges used on the older Alpines. They should be easily found on the net. You may want to try people such as Overton's as well.

Good luck.
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