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I'm an idiot. My tach was reading too high ( twice the RPM's )so I pulled it out, Bought one of those Actron meters that reads RPM. Had everything hooked up to match up and adjust the tach. While trying to adjust I slipped with the screwdriver and knocked the needle loose off of the tach center spindle. It's still hooked on but floats around. Even while adjusting I could not get it even close to right so I think something else is wrong. Does anyone know who rebuild tachs. This is a Tick Toc tach from a 68. I have the clock out and the tach free from the instrument cluster.

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Hi Rich

Prior to this post I googled "tach repair" and ran across their site. They looked good but did not want to send the tach to anyone without some recommendations. If you were satisfied I will try them.

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I've heard alot of good things about this shop. Some of our Camaro club members use him.

Dicks Speed O Tach Inc 4325 N 7th St, Phoenix, AZ 85014 Phone: (602) 279-5793
 

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Dicks did my tach in my 68 rs daily driver, 70,000 miles later, tach still works, and the quartz movement they installed in the clock keeps perfect time.
 

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It's been 6 years, but I think 125 cucumbers for the clock conversion,parts, and the same in labor.
 
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