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    I have a 2008 205br. I would like to add a clock to the dash panel, any ideas?

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    A $10 dollar digital wrist watch and put it on onr of the spokes on your sterrin wheel
    Jay Myers
    Raystown Lake Huntingdon PA
    2013 170 115fs
    2011 Jeep Compass

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      #3
      Google, motorcycle clocks. There are a few companies that make waterproof clocks for mounting on a motorcycle. Some have a bracket or stud in back for mounting. I had one on my previous boat and it worked well.
      1999 3788, Cummins 270 "Freedom"
      2013 Boston Whaler 130 SS
      Anacortes, WA
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        #4
        I thought about having a clock at one time. Faria makes a couple marine (analog) clock gauges that can be mounted into the dash. They are available online at iBoats, West Marine, etc. They are a bit pricey (IMHO) for a clock; around $60-90 depending upon the merchant. Norton's suggestion of a motorcycle clock is also a good one. I've seen nice ones for around $40 - both with a mounting bracket or even stick-on. You need something that's going to be water and weather resistant; so, you might want to steer away from the cheap stick-on types make for car dashboards. (Although they are usually under $10 at most automotive stores, so it is easy to replace.)

        I finally decided against adding a clock gauge because my GPS has a time display. And we always have our mobile phones with us, which also display time; so I kind of thought the dash clock just wasn't worth the cost or effort to install.
        Rick
        "Our Dream" -- 2015 21' Bayliner 642, 4.3 MPI Mercruiser

        "Now and then we had a hope that if we lived and were good, God would permit us to be pirates." Mark Twain

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          "Norton Rider" post=816267 wrote:
          Google, motorcycle clocks. There are a few companies that make waterproof clocks for mounting on a motorcycle. Some have a bracket or stud in back for mounting. I had one on my previous boat and it worked well.
          I got a motorcycle thermometer a while back that works great on my dash.
          Simo
          2002 2855 350MPI Bravo III on Lake Champlain -> SOLD!
          Shameless lurking on Lake Keowee with a Harris Cruiser 210 Tritoon/Mercury 150XL EFI

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