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Old 01-05-2018, 02:25 AM   #301
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Can you send me the install instructions?
PM me your address. Sorry for the delayed response, super busy.

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I was under the impression this was going to be a "how to" thread obviously it is not. I already purchased an 87 cluster to swap the gauges but am unclear as to exactly what I need to do. Is that something you can help me with? How much if I sent you both gauges and the tin?
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Old 01-13-2018, 01:01 AM   #303
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I was under the impression this was going to be a "how to" thread obviously it is not. I already purchased an 87 cluster to swap the gauges but am unclear as to exactly what I need to do. Is that something you can help me with? How much if I sent you both gauges and the tin?
I will send you a PM with details.

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Old 01-17-2018, 12:41 PM   #304
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Yes I can help you. I have a few left that I can package to ship.

I am going to send you a private message with payment options.

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Old 02-15-2018, 10:04 PM   #307
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Old 02-21-2018, 08:21 AM   #308
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Re: Volt Gauge Conversion Kits

Tom I installed one of your gauges last summer. I've seen this pictured reading quite a few times on the gauge and sometime sits just past the 13. Is this where it should be? My alternator and battery are new..
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Old 05-20-2018, 03:33 PM   #311
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Tom I installed one of your gauges last summer. I've seen this pictured reading quite a few times on the gauge and sometime sits just past the 13. Is this where it should be? My alternator and battery are new..

Hi Greg,

Very sorry for the delay. If you have a volt meter on the battery while running, you should get say 14.5 or so volts. That would be with a good alternator output at idle. I use a 12 v battery charger set on 10 amps which gives me about 12.5 volts and that is where I set the needle. It is possible the needle slipped or I was in a brain fart mode that day and placed it wrong.

What I see in your photo should be about 15.5 which seems a little high. Did you check it at the battery? Make sure your regulator is not sticking and causing an over charge condition.

If you believe that the volt gauge conversion is in accurate, you can send it back to me for an adjustment or I can send you just the gauge that is set up correctly and you can just swap it.

Let me know what you would like to do. I will accommodate you and make this right. By the way, no charge to you.

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Hello all,

I have 2 volt gauge conversions ready for sale if interested. They are $100.00 plus shipping which is $15.00 within CON US. Please inquire if not in the CON US for shipping quote.

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Hi Greg,

Very sorry for the delay. If you have a volt meter on the battery while running, you should get say 14.5 or so volts. That would be with a good alternator output at idle. I use a 12 v battery charger set on 10 amps which gives me about 12.5 volts and that is where I set the needle. It is possible the needle slipped or I was in a brain fart mode that day and placed it wrong.

What I see in your photo should be about 15.5 which seems a little high. Did you check it at the battery? Make sure your regulator is not sticking and causing an over charge condition.

If you believe that the volt gauge conversion is in accurate, you can send it back to me for an adjustment or I can send you just the gauge that is set up correctly and you can just swap it.

Let me know what you would like to do. I will accommodate you and make this right. By the way, no charge to you.

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I didn't think it was inaccurate I just wanted to make sure it was working as it should. Since I sent this I have verified the your gauge is working as it should..
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Old 05-20-2018, 05:10 PM   #314
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I didn't think it was inaccurate I just wanted to make sure it was working as it should. Since I sent this I have verified the your gauge is working as it should..
Just wanted to make sure you were OK Greg. I like to follow through with issues but it is good to here that there is not one

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Hard to find good customer service like this these days Tom .
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Hi Tom,

Just found this thread while searching for something completely different 😊
Anyway, I wanted to know if you still sell these conversion kits?
If so, could you give me an estimate on shipping to the Netherlands?
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Old 08-18-2018, 04:43 PM   #317
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Just found this thread while searching for something completely different 😊
Anyway, I wanted to know if you still sell these conversion kits?
If so, could you give me an estimate on shipping to the Netherlands?
Thanks in advance.
Sure thing, If you can send me a PM with your complete shipping address, I can figure a quote and go from there.

Thank you for the interest,
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Old 09-29-2018, 04:04 PM   #320
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I have this volt gauge conversion ready to sell.

It will come with the wiring and instructions to install.

$100.00 or $115.00 shipped in med flat rate box with in CON US

Outside of CON US, I can quote shipping.

More kits will be done soon. Waiting for supplies.

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Hi Tom, I will contact you tomorrow to purchase the gauge kit shown above.
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Old 10-15-2018, 11:31 PM   #323
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Old 10-26-2018, 10:20 AM   #324
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instead of running a hot leg between the temp and volt gauge could I leave part of my circuit board in place and tape the other part back?
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Old 10-27-2018, 12:27 AM   #325
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[QUOTE=Stephen717;8372064]instead of running a hot leg between the temp and volt gauge could I leave part of my circuit board in place and tape the other part back?[/QUOTE

If you are referring to the amp gauge portion of the circuit board, they are both live. If you trace it back to the connector, you could actually wire your hot into the number one or twelve location on the connector. For the other side, that does not get used by the volt gauge. If you have amp gauge wiring correctly, either number one or twelve can be de pinned so no power passes through. That way you can wire the volt gauge with the circuit board.

You can run power to the volt gauge by any means you feel acceptable for your purpose. As long as it has battery voltage an ground, it will work.

One reason I like to tag off the temp gauge is for trouble shooting. If the user has a failure of a volt gauge, the question is does the temp gauge and fuel gauge still work. They all share power. if they all fail, then it is a different approach to diagnose.

I provide everything needed to swap this into your truck and have a source to wire it.

Hope this helps,

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