Standard 6Y5 and 6Y8 Command Link

Standard 6Y5 and 6Y8 Command Link

Faded Display? Crazed Lenses?

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SC1000 LCD and Lens Replacement

SC1000 LCD and Lens Replacement

Dark/faded LCD? Cracked lens?

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Faded Display?

Faded Display?

Cant find new gauges?

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What we do

We specialize in Yamaha (and other) Outboard Multi-function Gauge Restoration and Repair.

Constant exposure to the elements is tough on these expensive instruments. UV rays fade the polarization on the LCD gauge, and salt/sun cause crazing and cracking to the acrylic gauge face. We offer an an inexpensive alternative to buying new.

Our Motto:

"Saving Gauges, changing lives"

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What does it cost and What's the risk?

*****As of Sept 1st 2018 we are going to flat-rate $75 pricing on most outboard gauges!!!**** Yamaha 6Y5 gauges, Yamaha 6Y8 (Command link round and square), Mercury SmartCraft SC1000, Suzuki, Honda, and Tohatsu gauges are only $75. We are experimenting with doing other gauges as well and prices vary depending on effort involved, but we have been Successful with Raytheon, Raymarine, Volvo, assorted VHF's and Chartplotters as well. Send us an email or text for a quote. We hope to expand into Jet Ski gauges soon..

Can my gauges be restored? Even if you cant see any digits on your gauges, there's a good chance this restoration will work for you. However, not all gauges can be restored. If you see what looks like dark/inky spots on the bottom corners of your gauges, that indicates that the LCD Glass has separated, and liquid crystal has leaked. This cannot be repaired. Send pictures if you're not sure. No charge if the gauge cannot be repaired. If the gauge is determined faulty after Polarization replacement, there is no charge. NO RISK!

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Restoration versus replacement

Should I buy new, or restore my existing gauges? Here's a few key points that support restoration instead of replacement.

  • COST. New Gauges are expensive! A new OEM Gauge can cost over $350. A good used gauge can cost more than $200, and it might need the same repair. For about a 1/4 the cost of a USED gauge, I can make your gauge look fresh again. That frees up money for other boat projects!
  • HOURS OF USE. If I restore your existing gauge, your HOURS on the gauge remain consistent with boat use. Would you want to install a used gauge that indicates 2500 hours, if your boat only has 150?
  • Restoration instead of replacement keeps plastic and lead out of the landfill.