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Dash gauges for 1930 "99" aka 17 footer.

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moseslaf
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Dash gauges for 1930 "99" aka 17 footer.

Post by moseslaf » Fri Mar 09, 2012 3:48 pm

I have a "Dash " gauges not included! What I need is a little direction as to what gauges are suited for a Three gauge cluster with three cc painted- etched-or decaled on the
Back groun of the face plate.
Need all three gauges, tach, oil and amp.
Many thanks to anyone who could help.
Moses LafountaineMoseslaf
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JimF
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Post by JimF » Fri Mar 09, 2012 4:23 pm

These photos are from my 1930 Model 100 and is probably the same panel as yours. My tachometer has been reversed for a modern engine which evidently turns the other way and has more RPM. The "spider web" face is what you need. These can be made by the gauge restorers. Good luck!
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