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Good guy alert, member rhad! #2734006
01/17/20 09:25 PM
01/17/20 09:25 PM
Joined: Jan 2003
Posts: 14,868
Between Houston & Galveston TX
Satilite73 Offline OP
I Live Here
Satilite73  Offline OP
I Live Here

Joined: Jan 2003
Posts: 14,868
Between Houston & Galveston TX

Fellow Moparts member and Dakota owner, rhad, read my post about the tach in my '93 Dakota going out and PM'ed me that he had an extra one he'd be willing to sell.

We agreed upon a price, and a few days later, I sent the money via paypal.

A very short time after, my payment came back as a credit. I thought I had screwed something up when I sent it, but turns out rhad had just refunded my money and told me to 'pay it forward'.

We're not talking a huge sum of money here, but he didn't even keep any of my payment to cover shipping.

Thank you sir! It was greatly appreciated! beer

Gee, wonder what I'll be doing tomorrow................... work hammer biggrin


daktach.jpg

John

Imagine a '73 Satellite Wagon picture here. 😁
Re: Good guy alert, member rhad! [Re: Satilite73] #2734075
01/18/20 07:02 AM
01/18/20 07:02 AM
Joined: Mar 2007
Posts: 2,053
Mobile Al
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hemirdrnnr Offline
top fuel
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Posts: 2,053
Mobile Al
Always good to hear up

Re: Good guy alert, member rhad! [Re: hemirdrnnr] #2734106
01/18/20 10:39 AM
01/18/20 10:39 AM
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north of coder
moparx Offline
"Butt Crack Bob"
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north of coder
that just proves we have many OUTSTANDING members among us ! bow
beer

Re: Good guy alert, member rhad! [Re: Satilite73] #2734185
01/18/20 01:22 PM
01/18/20 01:22 PM
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Posts: 1,671
Raleighwood
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Posts: 1,671
Raleighwood
Good deal for sure.

Replied to mention if it still has issues, try to re-flow the larger solder joints on the little circuit board that snaps onto the outside of the cluster. Mine would pretty much stay stuck at 2k rpm when not idling, and the solder trick fixed it. I learned the trick from either turbododge.com or turbo-mopar.com, since the Daytonas have a similar board. I think the Dakota cluster was originally parts-bin-sourced from a fwd car (Shadow, IIRC, but not sure).


1974 Challenger 360
2012 Challenger R/T
1991 Dakota 5.2
2001 Dakota 5.9 R/T (gone--need a new ID, or another 360!)
1988 Daytona Shelby Z (2 of them at the moment)
1966 Valiant /6--RIP






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