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Old 10-14-2005, 09:26 AM
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Daytona Speedometer Electric Cable

I recently purchased a 38 Chevy Street Rod with Daytona Gauges. The Speedometer will only register 5 miles an hour. A mechanic who inspected and checked the cable informed me that my transducer wasn't working. I have looked in numerous hot rod magazines and even tried the internet and cannot find out anything about Daytona Gauges or their sending units. I am trying to find out where I may possibly purchase the transducer or even the whole electric speedometer cable.

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As a fellow South Carolinan and the Moderator of this area......I must help you...

click here.......these folks fix Daytona stuff....

DEUCE.........and good luck........that's WHY I always use Mechanical, cable driven speedometers.....
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Thanks to you Deuce for the info on Daytona Gauges. I am seriously thinking about going back to mechanical gauges myself. Much less of a hassle. Thanks again old buddy.
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