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caseman68

03-16-2010 20:49:12




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I have a 53' DC and wondered if anybody knows where the hour meter would mount. Also it appears that it is turned on by a oil pressure switch which seems to be missing . Any ideas as to where to find one.




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JGarner

03-18-2010 20:21:46




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 Re: hourmeter in reply to caseman68, 03-16-2010 20:49:12  
Don't know on the DC but our 53 SC had the hour meter mounted on the transmission housing in a L shaped bracket just behind the shift lever.

Dad unplugged it early on and I never understood why he never wanted it to work and keep track of engine hours. It stayed that way from 1953 until he got rid of it in the early 80s.



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03-17-2010 07:22:33




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 Re: hourmeter in reply to caseman68, 03-16-2010 20:49:12  
have sales lit on hour meters from 400's down will get it out tonight and relay the info on it if you like I believe it shows DC application



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