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Re: Difference between 6XX and 8XX dash

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Posted by Greg1959 on December 29, 2012 at 17:06:14 from (

In Reply to: Difference between 6XX and 8XX dash posted by RBnSC on December 29, 2012 at 07:13:28:

RBnSC said: (quoted from post at 16:13:28 12/29/12) Where is the difference. Need another, need to know what to look for. Thanks.


RBnSC-Kind of off topic a little bit. Here is a pic of my 860 dash. I did not like the center light to try to illuminate my dials so I enlarged that hole for a fuel gauge. Plus, I wanted a better idea of what my water temperature was besides red or green, wanted to know what my oil pressure was (figured 0-60 would give me a better reading instead of 0-120), as for Amps I wanted to see a better scale than+ or -. Finally, I wanted to know my fuel level and not have to get off the tractor and open the hood and remove gas cap to look in. I could have bought a gas cap with fuel gauge but I didn't even want to open hood to have to check that when all I would have to do is glance down and check the gauge and continue working. Now all my gauges are lighted.

As for the two rust holes on each side of the tach...I have switches that are planned to mount in them for auxiliary front and back lights.

It's a work tractor and not a restoration.

This post was edited by Greg1959 at 17:07:54 12/29/12.


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