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Originally Posted by DavesVulster View Post
JM, the hole in the gauge... I don't thonk I'm following. Do you meanvthe screw hole onvyhr gauge or is there a pilot hole. I'm sure it eill make sense when I do it, just been a long day...



Yeah, or the phone did, ha ha. Auto text is going to eat all the humans brains one day. At least it didn't put in something dirty like some on damnyouautocorrect.com
Dave, Poor choice of wording on my part. On the left side of the tach housing and on the right side of the speedo housing there is a rounded slot that the support bracket goes thru to hold the gauge. The tubing goes over one side of the bracket and into the slot. Make the tubing long enough so it is a tight fit which puts upward pressure on the gauge, acts as a damper, and stops the vibration.
Jim

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