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E-body rallye clock restoration. #1122795
11/28/11 12:36 AM
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Who would you recomend for a clock repair for my 71 Challenger?
I Dont need the face painted Just a quarts movement or repairing this one. I'm looking for someone that has a pretty quick turnaround time.

Re: E-body rallye clock restoration. [Re: Dingmaster] #1122796
11/28/11 02:20 AM
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I did mine about 3 weeks ago and it took me about 90 minutes...if you dont have a shakey hand...... You might just give it a try....

Re: E-body rallye clock restoration. [Re: Roadrunner440-6] #1122797
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Can I get a little more info?
Where did you get the quarts movement?

Re: E-body rallye clock restoration. [Re: Dingmaster] #1122798
11/28/11 11:57 AM
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Clocks are not rocket science - If you can read directions and use a soldering iron your golden.

I did one in a 1970 E-body rallye dash last year and
I just did one in a 1969 B-body rallye dash last week.

for the quartz movement go here

http://clocksandgauges.com/


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Re: E-body rallye clock restoration. [Re: gtx6970] #1122799
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This the B-body version thread

http://www.dodgecharger.com/forum/index.php/topic,86585.0.html

Re: E-body rallye clock restoration. [Re: Dingmaster] #1122800
11/28/11 04:40 PM
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Who would you recomend for a clock repair for my 71 Challenger?
I Dont need the face painted Just a quarts movement or repairing this one. I'm looking for someone that has a pretty quick turnaround time.


This is what I put in my Rallye Gauge Cuda:
http://rt-eng.com/mediawiki/index.php/Dash-Worx_E_Body_Clock_kit
Instructions are here:

http://rt-.com/mediawiki/images/c/cf/EbodyRallyeClock1209.pdf
Craig


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