I had them remove any labeling. Of course, they said they couldn't remove their logo, but it's pretty small and I can remove it if I find going against my less if more moto.
The far left gauge is volts and fuel. I guess it's good to know if I have enough volts, whatever. The fuel gauge is supposed to work with our sender. We'll see. I'm not holding my breath. I'll still use my trip meter method now that I have a reliable speedo. If anything, it balances out the dash. There's the artist getting in the way again.
The center one is a large tach and small speedo, and the far right is the oil temp and pressure. The tach, alt light, oil pressure and temp are the only ones I'm concerned with. I still need to source the alt light. Right now it's just a bulb hanging by two wires.
I was going to do a head temp gauge, but budget constraints came into play and I didn't. My original plan was to have them at the bottom, but come to find out, there's not enough room.
I do have an O2 gauge, but it only gets pulled out and turned on when I need it. It lives under the dash on the left.
The toggles from left to right, hi/lo beam, backup light and fuel pump. There is another toggle under the dash for the O2 gauge along with a dimmer for the gauge lighting, the wiper switch, and a cigarrete lighter type power plug.
I removed the black cir clip, marked in red, and a spring came shooting out. It's all good, I can get it all back together. This whole mechanism is so cheesy. I don't see anything that I can rebuild to make it better, other than gutting it and letting friction hold the lever up or down. The cir clip in green is the bearing retainer that you had mentioned.
I'll figure out something.