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davesfriend

Fuel Gauge, Crestliner.

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My fuel gauge went out on a 2000 Sportfish. I am woundering if one of those universal ones from Cabelas would work, or do I have to get a specific one? I jumped the wires on the gauge and no responce, so I figure it has to be the gauge.

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E-mail Valv - look in the for sale forum he's probably got his e-mail address there. He may have one for a real good price for you...

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Pretty much any gauge will work. I put in a Teleflex from Cabela's last summer and it works fine.

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It sounds like Valv might be able to swing something for me. I would rather buy from someone who knows. Lately (don't get me wrong on this) I love Cabelas, but the one in Rodgers the customer service is REALLY lacking. I could not find an employee to save my life, then when I found one he treated me like I was a mouth breathing one-who-thinks-I-am-silly. I don't like that.

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Ralph is right on as well, a teleflex fuel gauage from anywhere will work, I pointed you in Valv's direction as he'll probably be able to get you something a bit cheaper.

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I am very greatfull for all the help this HSOforum brings. If only there were sites like this for all aspects of life. Like my job. Answering paint questions all day would be alot more easy with the help of some good friends like Ya'll. Thank you FM!

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