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07-31-2012 21:23:34

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I believe Sparex is making the logo Fergy tractormeter. I bet yours is the old style with gold(?) lettering on a black back ground. You could buy the new meter and treansfer your old logo onto the new meter. Problem being prying open the case top under the glass and resealing it.

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08-01-2012 02:27:09

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 Re: ferguson logo tractormeter in reply to Bruce(OR), 07-31-2012 21:23:34  
i have two of them.
one is stuck at 1900 hrs
the other works at 3000 hrs
both have white lettering on black background.

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08-01-2012 04:46:55

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 Re: ferguson logo tractormeter in reply to s19438, 08-01-2012 02:27:09  
I took 1 apart that was entirely shot, you couldn't even read the face.I went to the YT parts site and printed out a pic of the face on 200 mag.On photo paper it looks almost real but fades out after time. What a tight wad!!

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08-01-2012 05:07:51

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 Re: ferguson logo tractormeter in reply to 2tractors, 08-01-2012 04:46:55  
how go you about taking it apart?

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08-01-2012 15:27:25

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 Re: ferguson logo tractormeter in reply to s19438, 08-01-2012 05:07:51  
The way is to do just a little bend at a time and continue around until the glass will finally fall out, Once you re install be aware that it will allow water to trickle in, I didn't consider the silicone but something needs to keep out the h20.

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