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PostPosted: December 31, 2017, 11:41 am 
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hey guys its been a while hope everyone had a merry Christmas and has a happy new year. Here is my cluster mached up until I get the cluster panel that has no pits in the chrome painted argent silver.
The Tach is from tomsbroncos.com its 3 3/8" in diameter.

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anyone have a big truck vacuum gauge they would sell?

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1964 f100 lwb 292 ECG Heads,4v, 4spd, '76 9" 3.25, orig. :292 3spdO/D, 3.92 spicer locker
19mpg hwy, .040/298ci, arnd 8.7:1, ECG heads, stainless valves, ceramic coated ramshorn manifolds, B code int., eddy 4bbl, Durasprk II/C5ZF dizzy, C2AE rods,high ratio rockers, NOS two groove h.balancer, unkwn cam-for now :twisted: soon:pwr asst steering
was FE/FT, mount:390, C6R heads, C4ae int, w/ 361/391 FT Bellhous.,timing cover, & w. pump.
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PostPosted: December 31, 2017, 8:11 pm 
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I had my panel powder coated. Came out great.

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I like the setup you got.

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PostPosted: January 2, 2018, 10:18 am 
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I had my panel powder coated. Came out great.

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I like the setup you got.
ya I follow you on Instagram. looks great. I prefer my chrome look. but yours looks really clean everything's like new. same with the truck very different but clean you do good work.

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1964 f100 lwb 292 ECG Heads,4v, 4spd, '76 9" 3.25, orig. :292 3spdO/D, 3.92 spicer locker
19mpg hwy, .040/298ci, arnd 8.7:1, ECG heads, stainless valves, ceramic coated ramshorn manifolds, B code int., eddy 4bbl, Durasprk II/C5ZF dizzy, C2AE rods,high ratio rockers, NOS two groove h.balancer, unkwn cam-for now :twisted: soon:pwr asst steering
was FE/FT, mount:390, C6R heads, C4ae int, w/ 361/391 FT Bellhous.,timing cover, & w. pump.
-Back on the road since jan '17


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looks good!! love the looks of the original dash still in the truck.. love the Bronco cluster also.. that is what I have in my 66... :)
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Anthony wrote:
looks good!! love the looks of the original dash still in the truck.. love the Bronco cluster also.. that is what I have in my 66... :)
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looks good! I wanted to try white but they sold the face kit for the speedo and all but not the tach....makes a lot of sense. But ya my alt, and oil gauge came from a dump truck. Alrhough their the same except broncos oil gauges go to 90 vs my 80. And thank you! Hope to paint the needles soon.

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1964 f100 lwb 292 ECG Heads,4v, 4spd, '76 9" 3.25, orig. :292 3spdO/D, 3.92 spicer locker
19mpg hwy, .040/298ci, arnd 8.7:1, ECG heads, stainless valves, ceramic coated ramshorn manifolds, B code int., eddy 4bbl, Durasprk II/C5ZF dizzy, C2AE rods,high ratio rockers, NOS two groove h.balancer, unkwn cam-for now :twisted: soon:pwr asst steering
was FE/FT, mount:390, C6R heads, C4ae int, w/ 361/391 FT Bellhous.,timing cover, & w. pump.
-Back on the road since jan '17


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I used orange stripper to remove the paint on my 65 bezel. I polished it and clearcoated it. Turned out pretty nice.


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If I could find a clock with the same script to match the tach I would do that on mine! looks great

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PostPosted: February 6, 2018, 6:10 pm 
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unibody madness wrote:
If I could find a clock with the same script to match the tach I would do that on mine! looks great
Thanks! and ya that would be cool. Ya I'm working on getting a n700 vacuum gauge rebuilt, the guy who has it tested it to be reading 10-15 higher than two other vacuum gauges. and he know a guy who rebuilds them.
Put Led bulbs in a while back and still gave a lot of dimmer function.

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1964 f100 lwb 292 ECG Heads,4v, 4spd, '76 9" 3.25, orig. :292 3spdO/D, 3.92 spicer locker
19mpg hwy, .040/298ci, arnd 8.7:1, ECG heads, stainless valves, ceramic coated ramshorn manifolds, B code int., eddy 4bbl, Durasprk II/C5ZF dizzy, C2AE rods,high ratio rockers, NOS two groove h.balancer, unkwn cam-for now :twisted: soon:pwr asst steering
was FE/FT, mount:390, C6R heads, C4ae int, w/ 361/391 FT Bellhous.,timing cover, & w. pump.
-Back on the road since jan '17


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