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Old 01-28-2015, 09:56 AM   #61
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Since this is the odometer gear thread...did this fix today.

Kerry of laspeedometergear.com sent me up the small & large gear for $25 shipped.

The larger gear is part of the disc, and both Delrin gears are graphite impegnated.

There was no sticking, filing etc - the gears spin smoother than a tomcat pi$$ing on velvet.
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Old 03-24-2017, 08:16 PM   #63
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Ok, I just picked up another instrument cluster and the trip and speedo don't work in that either. My speedo in both works though. Before I tear one of them apart I'm wondering if it could be something besides the gears ?
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Only one way to find out - disassemble it & check the gears for broken teeth.

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Ok, I just picked up another instrument cluster and the trip and speedo don't work in that either. My speedo in both works though. Before I tear one of them apart I'm wondering if it could be something besides the gears ?
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"the gears spin smoother than a tomcat pi$$ing on velvet."[/QUOTE]


HAHAHA...quote of the day!
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