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|Author||Topic: Hourmeter Brands|
posted 04-29-2006 10:59 AM ET (US)
I have an 2003 Mercury 125 two-stroke on my 180 Dauntless. I want to purchase and connect an hourmeter for maintenance purposes. What brand of hourmeter is recommended? I don't really want to drill a hole in the console, so I'm currently planning on mounting or storing it in the console. I'd rather pay a little more and purchase a quality unit. Thanks to all.
posted 04-29-2006 11:06 AM ET (US)
Somebody makes an hourmeter that you can put under the cowling
of the engine. And it only runs when the engine is actually
running. That's a good thing (see my current post in this
If you want to put the hour meter in the console, Teleflex-Morse
posted 04-29-2006 11:55 AM ET (US)
This is what you want. Not sure about mounting it under the cowling though, it may exceed the recommended temperature limit.
posted 04-29-2006 12:55 PM ET (US)
Thanks to you both. I'm kinda leaning towards the sendec, which looks durable and is actual engine hours.
posted 05-05-2006 10:03 PM ET (US)
Hello, I sell sendec meters and would be happy to assist you and any other members . Contact me at
email@example.com Thanks Frank
posted 05-09-2006 09:51 PM ET (US)
Does anyone know who makes one that will work under the cowling? I have a 20hp Merc on an 11' and don't want to put it on the console - thanks.
posted 05-14-2006 07:55 PM ET (US)
I can help you w/ the 20 hp under cowl problem! Frank email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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