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Cool '65 XLCH gages repair?

What is available for the Smiths gages repair work? Both my Speedo and Tach will need some help.
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What is available for the Smiths gages repair work? Both my Speedo and Tach will need some help.
John Bordas or Palo Alto Speedometer.

I've used both; Bordas is cheaper and very, very good.
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John Bordas or Palo Alto Speedometer.

I've used both; Bordas is cheaper and very, very good.
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