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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-07-2001, 05:13 AM Thread Starter
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might be able to be modfied to zuk
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/aw-cg...item=593013116

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Re: altimeter

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/aw-cg...item=593013116

Ka-Ching! (the sound a cash register makes) It starts at $145, and there is an additional "charge" for keeping the housing it sits in.

Damn, I'd just look around, you'll never know what you'll find. I got this for $10 at a lawn sale, and it's going in the Jeep as is.

Yes, it'l fit, I have torches and a welder, of course it'll fit.

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Re: altimeter

i hat to say it but the one on ebay looks a little better than the one you bought fot 10$ LOL. o there aint do way i will pay 145 for it i will wait tell i find one in a salvage yrd for around 40 or 50 $

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Re: altimeter

I have been trying to find the factory Suzuki one but they are a "bitch" (for lack of a better word) to find!

On the good side of things I actually found a dash clock which are also a pain to get (the 881/2+ square kind). Found it from a guy in Germany for 5 DM
I took the dash apart the other day to put the clock in just to find out the adaptor is different. the wire in the dash is a 3 prong and the clock is a 4.



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If you are actually looking for an altimeter you should check out a GPS. You can buy a new unit for $99. that will give you the altitude plus all the other neat things they do. Later ...Harry...

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Right SamurazdaRX7 I use cheap little Garmin GPS you carry
it in your shirt pocket or lay it on dash it graph plots
where every you drive, tells you where you are on earth in
lat. & long. also give your alt. Thing is great for desert
off roading.


Mine's walmat 1990 sale get rid of unit $69.00 as it
only picks up 3 or 4 Sats but works really great always
works for me everytime without fail.

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