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    Posted: 03/12/2018 at 1:47pm
Good morning guys,   
   So I bought a classic console last summer because the console on the boat now is about to fall off :)  

My issue is figuring out where to mount the gauges/switches from the old on the blank canvas of the new console.  Does anyone have any tricks/tips or pics that might show a good layout?

I might buy some new rocker switches, mine are pretty ratty and old.  Did you guys mount the switches on a plate and then into the console, or cut the little squares out directly on the plastic of the console?  I would have to figure out how to label them...

Thanks for any/all input!






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new gauges would look so nice, but man they're spendy!
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How about these?

https://www.pontoonstuff.com/collections/pontoon-boat-accessories/products/small-pontoon-boat-switch-panel

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Craig n Paula
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You should be able to take your old gauges out. I did on mine.... Just use templates to arrange before cutting.






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