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05-11-2006 03:58:19

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I would like to know if there is a source out there of any place capable of repairig the 6V gas gages on Case tractors? Seem most of them might have been hooked up to 12V's and blown.

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05-11-2006 13:27:00

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 Re: Anyone repair gas gages in reply to Roger300, 05-11-2006 03:58:19  
There is a place (APT Instruments) in Bloomington, MN that repairs all kinds of gauges. I heard they do excellent work but that it"s not cheap.


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05-11-2006 19:04:52

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 Re: Anyone repair gas gages in reply to Herrmann, 05-11-2006 13:27:00  
Want to thank you for the replys, this gives me a place to start, and see where it goes. Roger

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05-11-2006 05:20:20

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 Re: Anyone repair gas gages in reply to Roger300, 05-11-2006 03:58:19  
Get yourself a Hemming Motor News book and look at the ads in the back, there are lots of adverts for people who do this kind of work. You might try their website also. When converting to 12 volt, I think there's a resistor or voltage reducer that must be used in line with the fuel gauge.

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