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Series IIA speeedo-LWB 1966

Discussion in 'Series Land Rovers' started by Qhriss, Sep 25, 2008.

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  1. Qhriss

    Qhriss New Member

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    Hi-After the Range Rover debacle, have repaired the Series IIA but find the speedo is knackered. I currently need the clock cw cable plus the end bit that goes in the gear box ( with three tiny screws ) as everytime I bought sepperate parts-one didn't fit with t'other :mad: S:mad:o anyone can help ? Can pay by Paypal / card ect, cheers Q
     
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    ah might have one but ad need to remove the fooker first
     
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    Good stuff-see what you can do, cheers, Q
     
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    hope yer not in a hurry
     
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    The screws from an old lift pump if you have one will fit the box I used this method, as the screws are a tad too long I put a nut on them to tighten up to the box.

    Andy.:)
     
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    Well-I live in Landrover World so I know it will come at some point...;)

    Cheers, Q
     
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    or you could put a nut on the screw, cut screw to required length, run nut up to flush with end of screw, file end of screw flat and finally use the nut to clean up any burrs stil left. that way yer dint got a long screw sticking out which is likely to snap orf.

    and I still int had time to get yer speedo orf. hopefully this weekend
     
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    If the screw is a tad longer they are a bit easier to get at with a screw driver, not talking 1/2'' out just a few mm.

    Andy
     
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    Yes Yes enough of the'screwing talk' -MOT termorrer -bugger ! Still, fingers crossed

    Q
     
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