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Farmall gauges

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old weldor

11-05-2018 14:37:03

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I need a new oil pressure gauge for my Farmall 460. There is a company that advertises in Red Power magazine called Precision Tractor Parts. In their online catalog they show what they call Rochester gauges.I seem to remember reading somewhere that these gauges were a very high quality. Has anyone had any experience with this brand? I am asking this because I keep hearing about cheap China made gauges!

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11-06-2018 07:52:35

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 Re: Farmall gauges in reply to old weldor, 11-05-2018 14:37:03  
Rochester Gauges are no longer manufactured in Rochester NY:

"Rochester Gauges, Inc. is a multi-national company headquartered in Dallas, Texas, with manufacturing facilities in Dallas, Texas USA; Mexico City, Mexico; Brussels, Belgium; and Shanghai, China."

So you've got a 75% chance the "genuine Rochester" gauge you buy is made overseas, and a 50% chance of it coming from one of the countries y'all like to badmouth regarding manufacturing quality.

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11-06-2018 07:14:38

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 Re: Farmall gauges in reply to old weldor, 11-05-2018 14:37:03  
If original appearance is not a concern, just go to NAPA and buy an oil pressure gauge.

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11-06-2018 06:25:10

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 Re: Farmall gauges in reply to old weldor, 11-05-2018 14:37:03  
Beware of the ebay seller named Vintage Gauges. I ordered a Super c oil pressure gauge but he sent me a oil pressure gauge for an M, tried to return but never did receive a good return address so he ended up taking me for $20 and ebay did nothing to help me.

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11-05-2018 16:29:43

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 Re: Farmall gauges in reply to old weldor, 11-05-2018 14:37:03  
U will not regret buying from precision they are top notch. Have bought many and haven't had any fail.

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11-05-2018 15:44:01

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 Re: Farmall gauges in reply to old weldor, 11-05-2018 14:37:03  
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Me too. I had two USA made temp gauges from IHC fail. I found Arno and have been happy and no more failures.

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1946 BN IHC

11-05-2018 14:53:07

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 Re: Farmall gauges in reply to old weldor, 11-05-2018 14:37:03  
When I was looking arround for gages I found a fellow in Holland who creates gages for IHC in particular.
Bought ba set through him; very satisfied.
If you are interested, please write me, my email is open.

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11-05-2018 14:51:38

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 Re: Farmall gauges in reply to old weldor, 11-05-2018 14:37:03  
Yep, authentic Rochester gages are the best I've found. The old ones will say Made in USA Rochester Mfg. Co. Inc., Rochester N.Y.

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