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1966 CA77 Speedometer need info on rebuild source or new

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Norton Member
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1966 CA77 Speedometer need info on rebuild source or new

Post by Norton » Sun Aug 19, 2007 6:29 pm

I have a '66 CA77 Honda Dream. My Speedo broke. Does anyone know if these can be rebuilt. If so, can someone give me a name of a shop that does the rebuild. Any idea of the cost? Does it make sense to buy a new one? What is the best place to buy a new one? Thanks for the help.

joeweir1 Member
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Post by joeweir1 » Sun Aug 19, 2007 6:56 pm

Try Foreign Speedo Inc. phone # 619-298-5278 in San Diego, Ca..I sent them mine.Had two that did not work and a broken glass so I sent them both and they made one good one and sent me the left over parts back.Cost me about $75. plus shipping out and back.Cost could be more depending on whats wrong and if they have the parts.I have seen new modern repo's on Ebay by Apex cycle I believe.Don't know anything about them though..Hope that helps.Joe

Foose Member
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Post by Foose » Tue Aug 21, 2007 6:12 pm

ive got a 1964 ca77, and i couldnt figure out how to get into the speedo. its a sealed unit, unless you can somehow unroll the metal bead from around the glass. i sort of just shot some wd-40 down in there and shook the rust loose, and mines working fine, albeit with some iron-oxide colored numbers.

Tom C. Member
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Post by Tom C. » Fri Oct 12, 2007 10:48 am

I purchased and installed one of the apex cycle replacement speedos. It looks and works great.

piecutter Member
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Post by piecutter » Wed Oct 17, 2007 10:01 am

I've had nothing but good results with Foreign Speedo. Excellent work. Give 'em a shot.

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Post by madtrout » Sun Jan 06, 2008 5:10 pm

I also used Foreign Speedo for repairs to a CB77 Speedo/Tach unit. Excellent work, about 3 1/2 weeks turn around.

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