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Old 03-20-2017, 10:02 PM   #16
 
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Originally Posted by 77scottsdale1 View Post
I beleive that's what you meant by that. I'm not to smart with this stuff, so feel free to educate me.


Yeah, you want the printed circuit for a cluster with gauges, but no tach. I have two printed circuits for clusters with a voltmeter and electric oil pressure gauge. Here is a link that has good information on the clusters. It is geared toward the tach clusters, which I know you are not looking to do, but the subtle differences between all of them are laid out pretty good. Hope this helps.



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Yeah, you want the printed circuit for a cluster with gauges, but no tach. I have two printed circuits for clusters with a voltmeter and electric oil pressure gauge. Here is a link that has good information on the clusters. It is geared toward the tach clusters, which I know you are not looking to do, but the subtle differences between all of them are laid out pretty good. Hope this helps.

Thanks! I'll go and check the cluster in a few here. I'll get back to you in a few.
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It is voltmeter and electric oil pressure.
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Don't mean to steal the thread, but if anyone has a printed circuit for a 73, 74 or 75 that would be awesome. It has an ammeter and mechanical oil pressure and factory tach. Thanks

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Feel free to take over the thread, I was rummaging in the shed and found a whole new cluster in mint condition.
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Don't mean to steal the thread, but if anyone has a printed circuit for a 73, 74 or 75 that would be awesome. It has an ammeter and mechanical oil pressure and factory tach. Thanks

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It's been a while since I bought my new one. Didn't realize new ones are around $70. Sorry, I don't have one. Hopefully someone here might.


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