News Temperature gauges for your Harley

Temperature gauges for your Harley

With little effort this unique gauge will fit snuggly into one of the dash holes available on your Electroglide, Roadglide or Streetglide fairing and provide you with critical information about your engines health and performance. (Great to replace that OEM air temp gauge) Starting from $89.95 you will receive the gauge with black or silver face and a surface mounted sensor to tell you the operating temperature of the front or rear cylinder head.

The gauge can also be set up to tell you oil temperature with the optional drain pan mounted sensor (for Twin Cam engines only) or both oil and head temperature with optional sensor and toggle switch configuration. For more information and pricing call or visit Marlin’s at 800-777-5543.


 

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