Cord Gauge Restoration

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16 Jun 2003 00:48 #401 by Bill Hummel
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These are very big pictures ... be warned!

These are pictures of my new Cord 810 gauges after they have been restored by THE CLOCK DOC. I was referred to them by STEWART WARNER.

I don't know how well they work yet, so do everything at your own risk.

It cost me $1,300.00 to redo all 7 gauges. Everything was converted to 12-volt and modernized. Real Stewart Warner replacements. Clock is now Quartz and I know it works fine!

[url:39560uy0]http://www.cordhaven.com/images/gauges[/url:39560uy0]

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27 Jul 2003 01:22 #535 by dickmackintosh
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Let us know how they work once installed in the car

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27 Jul 2003 01:36 #537 by Bill Hummel
Bill Hummel replied the topic: Cord 810 Gauges
Here is an update:

The speedometer and odometer and trip odometer work great.

The gas gauge works fine but occasionally jumps around a little. Not sure if I have a flakey wire to the sender in the gas tank or not.

Oil level gauge doesn't work because I don't have a Lycoming in my Cord.

Oil pressure gauge works fine.

Clock is spectacular! Exact time, all the time. They put a quartz movement in my clock.

I have not hooked up the tach yet. It is now electronic and there are simply two wires that come out of the back.. Coil and switch. I plan to hook this unit up shortly.

Overall I am very happy with the CLOCK DOC who did the work for me. Just BE PATIENT, they take their time .....

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