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Old 01-26-2012, 02:40 PM
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THAT is a great looking dash. My favorite gauges (as in my dash) Very Nice !
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Now way near done but heres how it looked before tear down.

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Now way near done but heres how it looked before tear down.

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I just noticed that yours has the Metric speedometer KPH Cool! I never seen one before
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Weeeeeeelllll not guite......

I have was looking for a KPH scale for a long time as I hade seen one in a youtube clip years ago in mexico or som other spanish talking country.

But I could never find one so I took a shortcut....or a longcut, it depends on how one sees it.

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DinnerHill SpeedShop: Construction of KPH scale

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I put a lot of effort into finding a "correct" font and trying to make it look stock.

And if it fooled you Kevin, I´d take it as I got pretty close.

I have been trýing to find the youtube clip showing the stock KPH scale, but could never find it again.

About half a year after I was done a KPH speedo turned up on Ebay but it was so expensive I was glad I took a shortcut.
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So this means the odometer still show miles
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