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Old 28 August 2009, 04:19   #1
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yamaha clocks 83 /89mm

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my boat is down south and i am in the process of fitting out my new console, need to run all my cables prior to glassing in divides and what have you, the more work done in the dry the better, ones memory evades me at present, are the clocks 83 or 89mm holes, i have both cutters but not sure,

many thanks in advance its a v4 130hp
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I'm not sure but I think the older clocks are bigger than the newer ones? What age are they?
I've just cut my old console out and it's sat here in the house with the Rev and trim gauge (oh what a look she'll have on her grid when she walks in ). They are very old clocks but can measure for you.
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not sure of age 99 - 2000 ish
looks like this tho
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Ah no mate, mine are older and bigger by the looks of it. Sorry.
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Mine has the older style LCD clocks than those shown, mid 90's. I used an 89mm cutter for the holes.
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looks good to me in for a penny in for a pound. 89mm it is

at the worse i will laser cut a nice bezel washer if it is the smaller one, i was thinking that i cut one before and it was small hence i own two large starrat cutters
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