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Tach/hr meter for 60 hp Merc tiller 4 stroke EFI

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Just bought a brand new rig and I'd like to add a tach/hr meter to it. The catch is there is no dashboard to mount a gage to/in. Does anyone have any ideas where to find a small digital gage I can mount on the transom that will show me these two basic pieces of information that works with a 4 stroke? Merc's Smartcraft technology looks interesting, but the gages are all made to mount through a bulkhead of some sort.

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Some of the other guys will adlib, but I figure a cluster mount made for top of dash. You can get them at any auot store. They have the gauges as well. You could mount to inside of transon and do a 180deg turn to see gauges facing you. They have pod style ones for A piller that could work for a corner mount. Good luck!

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Is your boat a tiller or a console ? Which brand is it ?

There might be an option from mfg to add a gauge cluster

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