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I am trying to find a repair part for a GM , mechanical odometer. I need the tumbler that displays the mileage numbers for a '51 chevy, car. I have seen these on a sight on the internet, but I lost my search history and can't find the source again. Any help finding the part or its proper name would be appreciated. The small gear on the end of the tumbler in my car has a few teeth missing and, I would like to start with 0 mileage since it's all new anyway. Not looking to break any mileage laws or scam any buyers, just need to fix this part.

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I am trying to find a repair part for a GM , mechanical odometer. I need the tumbler that displays the mileage numbers for a '51 chevy, car. I have seen these on a sight on the internet, but I lost my search history and can't find the source again. Any help finding the part or its proper name would be appreciated. The small gear on the end of the tumbler in my car has a few teeth missing and, I would like to start with 0 mileage since it's all new anyway. Not looking to break any mileage laws or scam any buyers, just need to fix this part.
Most bigger towns have shops that fix speedometers/odometers for trucks, what a lot of people don't know is they will do ones for cars also, I had my 35 Terraplane speedometer gone through at one in MN. Check around ask a auto repair shop I'm sure they know. Hope that helps.

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