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Old 12-29-2012, 07:49 PM
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electric speedo to mechanical speedo?

OK guys...I am removing a 700R4 A/T amd replacing with Muncie 4 speed M20.
The 700R4 had electrical wires running the speedo, this Muncie needs a speedo cable...is there a conversion kit out there? Or do I need to change the speedometer?
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If you have teh ability to calibrate your speedometer, you might give Dakota Digital a call.

They may be able to supply you with a pulse generator that fits in the speedometer hole of the trans.

I have one of these in my 59 with a TKO----but I do have the Dakota Digital gages as well.

I see no reason why the pulse generator would not work on your speedo-----if you can calibrate it.
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Thanks Bryan.....thought I was gonna have to change the speedo....
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I think I found the answer.....
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A much prettier version of the one Dakota supplied me with.
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