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abert51Fri Apr-20-07 12:49 PM
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Hey! Putting an electric drill onto the rear of the speedometer/odometer cable and spinning it (new cable) has no effect in waking up a zero-pegged and paralyzed speedometer needle. So, I suppose it is possible to reason that the speedo is Kaput, right? Anyone got a fix for this or direction to go in. Tack works, wind in ears tells approximately how fast I'm going but I would like to track miles traveled. Is there a common fix for this bum gauge?? You have my eternal thanks. Norton 71 750 w/850

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dynodaveSat Apr-26-08 10:13 PM
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#1. "RE: Norton non-speedo"
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Try here http://www.nisonger.com/
I've use them. Few people are dissatisfied.
and there are a few others that have had various good or bad feedback.

  

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