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INCase

03-11-2008 05:52:25




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Has anyone had any luck getting one of these repaired resonably? Mine works but the needle is broken off. They look like they"re sealed up. I talked to Roger Hornbacker but he said he doesn"t work on those. Thanks.




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INCase

03-12-2008 09:04:13




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 Re: ComfortKing tachometer in reply to INCase, 03-11-2008 05:52:25  
has anyone taken one of those apart? Is there a trick to it? I may be able to get our local clock guy to solder a new needle on if I can get it apart.



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Country Nate

03-11-2008 07:12:36




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 Re: ComfortKing tachometer in reply to INCase, 03-11-2008 05:52:25  
In Antique Power magazine there is an ad for tach repair. The name is Metro Speedometer LLC. # is 1 (816) 478 0116. They are in MO., and I know nothing about this outfit other than seeing their ad.

When I purchased my tractor it had a seized up cable that apparantly wore down the gear drive in the distributor. I had to replace the distributor and get a new cable. Hooked all that up and was fortunate that my tach still worked.

Good luck with yours.

CN

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