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Josh M.

11-22-2020 07:30:23




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Well I tested my gauges and they were junk so I知 going to need a tach, because it痴 broke, and a fuel/ temp gauge. If anyone has some for sale please let me know, I知 going to try a local tractor junk yard but I知 not sure if they have any old fords. I知 also looking for a roll bar and possibly a canopy for it as well.




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sotxbill

11-22-2020 16:01:09




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 Re: Ford 8000 in reply to Josh M., 11-22-2020 07:30:23  
https://www.pinterest.com/pin/546765210994356855/



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sotxbill

11-22-2020 15:55:54




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 Re: Ford 8000 in reply to Josh M., 11-22-2020 07:30:23  
Ive always wondered if those would match up with some truck model... or big rig that ford produced.



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Bern

11-22-2020 08:46:36




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 Re: Ford 8000 in reply to Josh M., 11-22-2020 07:30:23  
I doubt both gauges failed. Did you check for incoming power to them?



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Josh M.

11-22-2020 12:20:29




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 Re: Ford 8000 in reply to Bern, 11-22-2020 08:46:36  
The fuel gauge moves but it goes to quarter tank and back down to empty, and when I turn the key off it goes back to quarter tank and down to empty again, which I thought would be impossible with no power going to it so I知 assuming the spring is broke. But do you know which wires would send power to them, just so I can check?



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Bern

11-22-2020 17:22:42




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 Re: Ford 8000 in reply to Josh M., 11-22-2020 12:20:29  
Hope this helps.



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sotxbill

11-22-2020 08:25:21




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 Re: Ford 8000 in reply to Josh M., 11-22-2020 07:30:23  
you did not show the picture of the tach, but isnt a 8000,, a "one off" tach not used before or after???



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Josh M.

11-22-2020 12:23:52




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 Re: Ford 8000 in reply to sotxbill, 11-22-2020 08:25:21  
Here痴 the gauges



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Josh M.

11-22-2020 12:22:32




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 Re: Ford 8000 in reply to sotxbill, 11-22-2020 08:25:21  
Yeah 9600, 9000, and 8600 gauges would all work too.



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Bern

11-22-2020 08:34:57




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 Re: Ford 8000 in reply to sotxbill, 11-22-2020 08:25:21  
I'm pretty sure an 8600/9000/9600 gauge cluster would work also.



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