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1970 580 ck hour meter cable location

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jesse I

01-31-2010 15:27:19

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I can't find the hour meter location conection on the transmission or engine. Does anyone have a clue where I attach the end to?

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02-01-2010 14:10:59

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 Re: 1970 580 ck hour meter cable location in reply to jesse I, 01-31-2010 15:27:19  
On our 480B is on the side of the engine. It looks like the stud of a coolant temp sensor almost. When the engine is running you will see it spinning around. (its about in the middle of the engine on the side of the block on the right side when sitting in the operating seat facing forward)

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01-31-2010 21:57:07

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 Re: 1970 580 ck hour meter cable location in reply to jesse I, 01-31-2010 15:27:19  
On my '68 580CK the tach cable comes off the generator.


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antique puller 61

01-31-2010 15:44:24

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 Re: 1970 580 ck hour meter cable location in reply to jesse I, 01-31-2010 15:27:19  
The location would normally be on the distributor
main shaft below the distributor body.
However, not all distributors had this option.
It may be that your distributor was changed at
some point with a model not having the right
angle drive option.
Hope this helps.

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jesse i

01-31-2010 18:14:20

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 Re: 1970 580 ck hour meter cable location in reply to antique puller 61, 01-31-2010 15:44:24  

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