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Old August 31st 07, 04:28 PM posted to rec.aviation.homebuilt,rec.aviation.owning
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Default How to shorten a Tach drive cable?

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Frank Stutzman wrote:

In rec.aviation.homebuilt J. Severyn wrote:

...and a second one in the SF Bay area CA, US


And a third one in the SF Bay area is Palo Alto Speedometer
(http://www.paspeedo.com/). Never used them for anything aircraft wise.
They specialize in repair and restoration of vintage equipment and they
did a great job with my '56 Mercedes gauges.


Likewise, on my '67 Porsche instruments!
 




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