|Rochester oil temperature gauges have matte-white dial with black bezel. Mount in 2-1/16" dia. hole. New manufacture. Furnished with one 5/8-18UNF X 5/8-18UNF adapter nut. Available in the following temperature ranges and capillary lengths.|
Just what I wanted and worked perfict.
This is the mfr of the same gauge for Scott and a direct replacement for many original/older Cessnas. If you want internal markings send it out to an instrument shop. You can also place markings on the glass directly yourself. May requre a new adapter nut to insure no leaks since the flange on the bulb changed over the years.
Excellent product, performed as expected
I would give you 6 stars if there would be a very simple range mark kit included, I would not estimate over $1.00 cost.
Exactly as advertised, great price and quick delivery.
The first gauge I received didnt work properly. When the probe was immersed in 212 degree boiling water it would only indicate 198 degrees. However, customer service was absolutely courteous and expedient in getting a replacement gauge out to me. It passed the boiling water test and is now installed in the airplane.
Like the more detailed markings. I did test it in boiling water before install and the highest temp reading it went to was only 205 though. Not perfect but pretty close.
Bought this as a replacement for the same model that failed after being in use about 10 years. New one working like a charm, and was easy to install. Lets see how long it lasts.
Exactly what I needed. Would have been 5 star if it had red line markings. This is one of two gauges ACS offers, dont buy the other one, I had problems with the bulb end sleeve. It wasnt crimped properly, it came loose and the line failed. The Rochester unit is more robust imho.
This will work on a Continental engine as it has a 5/8-18" thread (you need to determine length). It is not TSO'd so you will have to confirm with your installer for certified aircraft.
No, this gauge is not FAA Approved.