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Re: Analog Clock Chevy C10/C60 - 1966
buoymaker #1431984 Wed Dec 01 2021 09:07 PM
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Originally Posted by buoymaker
Original tachometer. Also hard to find.

I have one of those, haven't install it.
Could you get it with 6 cyl or only 8?


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Re: Analog Clock Chevy C10/C60 - 1966
Dixon #1432012 Thu Dec 02 2021 01:07 AM
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One question leads to several questions.

The original tachometer option was mostly used on big trucks.
There are reproduction tachometers (V8 only) available at classic Chevrolet truck websites.

GM part numbers can be found at:
GMPartsWiki.com
Parts and Accessories Catalog P&A 31 May 1966
Section 9.750 Tachometer Head-Head Assembly-Harness Assembly and Parts

Check the following yourself in case there is an error:
GM #3852111 for 6-cyl engines.
GM #3839947 for V8 engines without transistor ignition.
GM #3885480 for V8 engines with transistor ignition.

Discussions:

Reproduction tachometer - Ignition contacts and/or HEI
http://67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard/showthread.php?t=660292

1960-62 Tachometers required transmitters
http://67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard/showthread.php?p=8258575

Tachometer adapter, tach adapt
http://67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard/showthread.php?t=536616

I'm signing off on this topic.


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