Speedometer/Tachometer, an Open & Shut Case

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Re: Speedometer/Tachometer, an Open & Shut Case

Post #16 by RAT » Thu Feb 16, 2017 10:29 am

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Re: Speedometer/Tachometer, an Open & Shut Case

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Re: Speedometer/Tachometer, an Open & Shut Case

Post #18 by Miklayn » Sat Dec 02, 2017 1:01 pm

Wondering if any of you guys can help me. Last night I used the OP method to get inside the speedo from my ‘84 GL1200E (standard). My problem is that the Trip Odometer stopped working and seemed to have come loose.

See the pic below.

Am I missing a piece that junctions the knob to the meter readout scroll wheels? Or is it just broken off?

Also I’ve read about the Oylite bushing, but I’m not sure which part is that and/or how to maintenance or re-lube it.

Thanks

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Re: Speedometer/Tachometer, an Open & Shut Case

Post #19 by 81Winger » Mon Jan 15, 2018 7:51 pm

Thank you again for this post. My next project is to get inside my '81's Tach and repair. Thank you again!


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