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RANGE MARK DECAL KIT

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Part# 15-05842
MFR Model# 5023

Overview

Marking the effective range of the aircraft’s performance on every instrument has long been an important safety feature. Now any instrument can be marked easily on the outside of the gauge in four easy to apply colors. Each kit includes a full 360° arc for both 2” and 3” gauges in bright red, yellow, green, and white. The heavy duty peel and stick vinyl material can be installed in minutes and can be repositioned easily without tearing. Stays put and lasts for years without fading or peeling. One kit includes enough arcs in all four colors for an entire instrument panel.

Reviews

This kit makes marking steam gauges extremely easy. I put off setting up my new gauges because I dreaded trying to figure out how to get the proper arch established and have the result look professional. Well, this kit makes all that so easy. It is no more difficult than measuring the required color range limits (green, yellow or red) with a ruler and cutting that length from the proper 2 or 3 inch color arch. In just a few minutes you are finished and enjoying how nice the result is. The kit contains sufficient material to mark many gauges. I highly recommend this kit.

Dan H
February 22, 2020

Wow really works great and fits the gauge.

Dennis B
October 25, 2019

Easy to use. Used them on an unmarked airspeed indicator. Had to double up the red line just for personal preference so it would stand out.

Brent P
May 18, 2017

Easy to use. Used them on an unmarked airspeed indicator. Had to double up the red line just for personal preference so it would stand out.

Brent P
May 18, 2017

worked great for what I needed it for, its a marking kit, it is what it is, quality is good though.

Sherman C
April 5, 2016

Q&A

Q: Are these range marking stickers meant to be put on the outside of the glass or are you suppose to open up the gauge to put the sticker right on the black part of the gauge?

These are meant to be put on the outside of the gauge. Opening up any gauge will void the manufacturers warranty.