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Has anyone had any dealing with the TACHMAN lately? What was your out come on the matter? Your thoughts?
 

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He fixed my rally pac some years ago, and was great to deal with.
 

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I just had Tachman reface and recalibrate all of the gauges on my 67 instrument cluster (with tach and clock). I had him do the 3 wire tach and quartz clock upgrades too. The turnaround was pretty quick (maybe 2 weeks), the communication was good and the work (aesthetically) looks great. I just can't comment yet on how everything works as my fastback is in the paint shop right now. I have attached a picture of the entire cluster, complete with a new Burton Antiques bezel. I can't wait to get this installed!
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I had my Rotunda 8-grand tach fixed by Williamsons many years ago. They are now owned by someone else, so I don't know......

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About 2 years ago for a 70 Mach 1. I sent him a non-op tach. He fixed it and it still works great. I highly recommend.
 

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Most instrument repairers or those in the avionics industry should be able to do TACHS incl old Suns etc - some old radio technicians can be pretty good too, as there's both mechanical movement & electronics involved too.
Goodluck.
(I've rewired/modified some to work with different eng cyl #'s for eng swaps...)
 
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