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Re: UB and U302 Decals

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Scout2008

08-15-2013 03:33:15
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Where did you get your gauges? I'm not really happy with the quality of the ones I bought. I am not sure how to get your email so we can exchange phone numbers to arrange a time for me to come see your MM's in the future.




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Joe Pro

08-15-2013 05:39:19
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 Re: UB and U302 Decals in reply to Scout2008, 08-15-2013 03:33:15  
My e-mail is joepro91@aol.com

It actually had the original gauges in it and the backlight worked as well. I did have to fin a temp gauge which I pulled out of a junkyard, and the oil pressure gauge I had. New temp sending units are available, we even have them here at JD. They just a stewart warner sending unit. I got lucky and found a NOS oil sending unit, but put it on my M670. I did put a thermostat in my 302 this last time, but make sure to drill a hole in it. It still barley gets warm, never has seemed to run very hot. I've had every inch of that tractor apart except the rear end and transmission at some time.

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