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Old 09/23/10, 12:30 PM   #61
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Old 09/24/10, 11:36 AM   #62
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Old 09/24/10, 02:36 PM   #63
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I like the white face, is that a custom deal?

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Old 09/24/10, 02:40 PM   #64
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I like the white face, is that a custom deal?

Yep Its been powder coated white and he added the white face decals. The picture doesn't do it justice, it is beautiful!

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Old 09/27/10, 09:09 AM   #65
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Here is an after picture of Jon Harmston's gauge cluster.


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Old 09/27/10, 09:51 AM   #66
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I never thought i would say that speedometers were an art form but buddy that is a work of art. You have making them look new again mastered, what else can I say but Awesome job on all the ones you've shown on here.

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Old 09/27/10, 09:43 PM   #67
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My gauge looks really superb. I am anxious to come and pick it up later this week. I would gladly recommend you to everyone on this board. I sent him my cluster last wednesday and he already had it complete. Unbelievable work and amazing turn around. I will definately be sending more work your way.
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Old 09/28/10, 09:20 AM   #68
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Some great work on those..!

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Kevin,
Got mine back today. It looks so good, I think I should hang it on the wall with the kids pictures!
Those guys at usps must have infiltrated the fedex company...really slow delivery.
Other than that...SUPER JOB!
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Got mine back today. It looks so good, I think I should hang it on the wall with the kids pictures!
Those guys at usps must have infiltrated the fedex company...really slow delivery.
Other than that...SUPER JOB!
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I'm really glad you are happy with it. FedEx might not be the fastest but they have great customer service and they send me emails all along the way so I know where the gauge is and when it gets delivered.

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My face plate is like the second, which has no explinatory statement with it. Mine is dented but not twisted. Yrs ago I read an article (I believe it wuz by U) that was very helpful in getting me to even try working on it...so I did. To me that's worth more than your repair service. I want to commend you on that, how U helped me, and your offer to assist the fella near U with "the trade"!
Can the dent be pushed out (I could not)? How much/were to find a new face plate (didn't even know what to call it till our meeting on line).

Chad - '70 LUEB 1/2 cab on '77 frame (ie D44, PS, 4.11 BB trapezoidal 9"), 4.2L, NV 3550 / 'T' D20/PTO, 2" SL, 1" BL, 4 discs, 33x9.5x16, tool boxes, etc. Seeking: Hydraulic Gear Motor for Koenig PTO, chrlsful@aol.com
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Old 09/29/10, 11:16 AM   #73
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My face plate is like the second, which has no explinatory statement with it. Mine is dented but not twisted. Yrs ago I read an article (I believe it wuz by U) that was very helpful in getting me to even try working on it...so I did. To me that's worth more than your repair service. I want to commend you on that, how U helped me, and your offer to assist the fella near U with "the trade"!
Can the dent be pushed out (I could not)? How much/were to find a new face plate (didn't even know what to call it till our meeting on line).

chrlsful,

I am able to straighten out bent and dented face plates depending on the amount of damage. If it is beyond repair I have a spare face plate I will install free of charge for you when I do the refurb.

Let me know if I can help,

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Old 09/29/10, 12:28 PM   #74
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Probably not (U got a business ta run). I'm 1 of these "long term unemployed', have 2 spares, n just wanna put a face in. You got a talent there. I played miniture body man n put it on some balsa wood, pushed, then tapped w/a mini ball pean hammer. It's so over stressed (looks like some 1 drove a turn signal arm thru the glass & into it @ the junk yrd when stackin another vehicle on top of it) I'll hafta push it beyond orig to get back to "flat". "Necessity is the mother..." and "Laka $" is one too.
Like I said above - sharin the knowledge is greater than the service tgo me. Another proverb/sayin : "teach a man to fish..." kinda fits here, so , again thanks. Just need a face. Now - a little mo money n the luminated after mrkt dealie wouldn't B bad, but that's not right now.
Thanks Kevin, continued good luck with the service!

Chad - '70 LUEB 1/2 cab on '77 frame (ie D44, PS, 4.11 BB trapezoidal 9"), 4.2L, NV 3550 / 'T' D20/PTO, 2" SL, 1" BL, 4 discs, 33x9.5x16, tool boxes, etc. Seeking: Hydraulic Gear Motor for Koenig PTO, chrlsful@aol.com
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Here is a beautiful gauge cluster I refurbished in a 1975 Jeep.


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