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Garagistic Odometer Gears

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    #16
    Odometer and trip meter work again!

    Gotta say though--those little spacers are a little tough to install. Required lots of patience.

    Glad I saw this thread before I ordered from odometergears.com though. Now they seem like such a ripoff at $85.00!

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      #17
      well I'm sold too - need a VDO but picking up the menumeter too for another car
      I BUY/SELL REFURBISHED CM5907s & CM5908s

      HOWTOs:
      DB vert plastic bumpers
      OEM Keys
      MTech1 docs

      88 ix Lach/Card
      91 ic Calypso 3.1
      86 Cosmo 2.7

      OEM+ or bust!


      reelizmpro: I will always be an e30 guy.. I still do all of my own labor
      TrentW: There's just something so right about a well-built M20 in an E30
      e30m3s54turbo: I save my money for tuner parts.

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        #18
        My gears finally work again thanks to Garagistic!

        Thanks again!

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          #19
          awesome, just ordered a set. thanks!
          NEED SOME VINYL STICKERS???

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            #20
            Just ordered a set for my Motometer! It had a good 21 year run but just bit the dust a few weeks ago.
            BimmerHeads
            Classic BMW Specialists
            Santa Clarita, CA

            www.BimmerHeads.com

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              #21
              these work like a charm!!

              Transaction feedback:http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/show...ight=karzrtoyz

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                #22
                got mine and they work perfect! thanks!
                Singer Vehicle Design.
                Quan@singervehicledesign.com

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                  #23
                  Originally posted by TrentW View Post
                  Odometer and trip meter work again!

                  Gotta say though--those little spacers are a little tough to install. Required lots of patience.

                  Glad I saw this thread before I ordered from odometergears.com though. Now they seem like such a ripoff at $85.00!

                  did you know garagistic gears are made in China?

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                    #24
                    Originally posted by 2761377 View Post
                    did you know garagistic gears are made in China?
                    Who cares? he seems to be a great help to the E30 community.

                    Everything is made in china these days..

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                      #25
                      Originally posted by skunkworks View Post
                      who cares? He seems to be a great help to the e30 community.

                      Everything is made in china these days..
                      +1.
                      PARTS FOR SALE
                      TRANSACTION FEEDBACK

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                        #26
                        Replaced mine with the Garagistic kit, MotoMeter, worked great for about 2 weeks and noticed one day my odometer quit working again. Next time I drove it was working. It's been working on and off ever since. I followed the directions perfectly and used the yellow stoppers on both exactly like in the pictures. Kind of frustrated, but it could have to do with something else. Any ideas?


                        --Roundie Revival 2.0 - 1973 BMW 2002 Build Thread--
                        --Golden Boy E30 Build Thread-- (sold)

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                          #27
                          Totally on my to do list!
                          Swanny!
                          SUCKERS.

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                            #28
                            Originally posted by CubbyChowder View Post
                            Replaced mine with the Garagistic kit, MotoMeter, worked great for about 2 weeks and noticed one day my odometer quit working again. Next time I drove it was working. It's been working on and off ever since. I followed the directions perfectly and used the yellow stoppers on both exactly like in the pictures. Kind of frustrated, but it could have to do with something else. Any ideas?

                            PM sent!

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                              #29
                              Upon receiving a PM from Garagistic, they let me know that I might've put the yellow stoppers on too tight. Apparently there needs to be a tiny gap between the gears and the yellow stoppers, about a business card's width, otherwise it could cause the gears to bind and not work properly. I'm certain this is the root of my problem as I didn't know this and put them on snug with the gears. My mistake.

                              +1 to Garagistic for being so prompt on helping with my issue. -1 for me being a dumb dumb.


                              --Roundie Revival 2.0 - 1973 BMW 2002 Build Thread--
                              --Golden Boy E30 Build Thread-- (sold)

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                                #30
                                Originally posted by CubbyChowder View Post
                                Upon receiving a PM from Garagistic, they let me know that I might've put the yellow stoppers on too tight. Apparently there needs to be a tiny gap between the gears and the yellow stoppers, about a business card's width, otherwise it could cause the gears to bind and not work properly. I'm certain this is the root of my problem as I didn't know this and put them on snug with the gears. My mistake.

                                +1 to Garagistic for being so prompt on helping with my issue. -1 for me being a dumb dumb.

                                Let us know if it works out. If not, let us know. We stand by our products.

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