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By Andy W (awiggy33) on Friday, October 15, 2004 - 9:13 pm:    Edit Post Delete Post
hey i got a centurion avalanche and we didnt get perfect pass...we think we would use it a lot next season, and im just wondering how hard it it to install and how much it will cost...thanks
-Andy

 
By Phaeton (phaeton) on Friday, October 15, 2004 - 10:29 pm:    Edit Post Delete Post
It all depends if your mechanically inclined or not. For some the install is easy others difficult. You will need a hole saw, silicone, wrenches and a few wiring ends. Go to there website for basic pricing. http://www.perfectpass.com/

 
By RodE (gymboarder) on Saturday, October 16, 2004 - 7:34 am:    Edit Post Delete Post
Andy,
I installed it on an avalanche I had as well. It isnt hard at all. YOu dont need a hole saw if you have the pilot one faria gauge and a paddle wheel from the factory. You can tap into the wire that feeds that unit for your paddle wheel. I installed mine in about 2.5 hours. Like phaeton said, if your mechanically inclined shouldnt be a problem. Also perfect pass has awsome tech support. As for the cost im not sure. I got mine off ebay. It was 800 but didnt come with a centurion logoed gauge.

 
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