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Old Mon, May-29-2006, 06:38:48 PM   #11
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Well, I finally saw the dreaded dark spots on my gauge at 20 and 120 last night...this is pretty much exactly what I had in mind. I'll have to give it a try tonight and see what I get.
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Nice write up.

And what a difference these chrome rings make.

I wondered, why do you need to push the needles a little bit downwards?
What do you mean?


Thanks for the comments guys
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Thanks Braymond - PS - how much do you charge to perform this work assuming I mail you my instrument cluster?
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Thanks Braymond - PS - how much do you charge to perform this work assuming I mail you my instrument cluster?
ummm hadn't thought too much about that.

$30 and you pay shipping costs :nixweiss:
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ummm hadn't thought too much about that.

$30 and you pay shipping costs :nixweiss:
you finna make fat bank
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ummm hadn't thought too much about that.

$30 and you pay shipping costs :nixweiss:
i'd pay that
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i'd pay that
Yeah but how many of you are willing to wait for your cluster to be repaired and not have one in the car?
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