Pretty much have finished a '25 Tudor, see photo, and the ammeter doesn't work. I'd like to find a working ammeter that isn't new so it would match the patina of the car. A PM is fine. Thanks
John I have both the original small Amp Gauges and the large Amp Gauge. I believe you take the small one, am I right.
26-27 take the large ammeter unless they have been converted to the small with an adapter ring, if I'm not wrong.
Terry, you have it backwards.
Thanks Dave. I'll measure the hole in the morning and let you know. Thanks again.
John, post a picture of you dash panel and that should let us know which panel you have. It should be the larger amp. gauge, but one never knows what has been done to the car since it was built!!!
'mornin' Dave. I measured the opening for the ammeter and it's just over 2.3 inches across the face of the gauge and a picture is attached. I had a new ammeter that I installed but it doesn't work plus doesn't match the patina of the car. If you have an old, working ammeter please send me a PM with contact info and I'll get back to you. Thanks, John Mays
beautiful sight for these old eyes.
Here you go !
Thanks Steve. I have that on my eBay "Watch List". Looks just like what I'd like but I want to know if it works before buying it. I'm pretty short on electrical knowledge---is an ammeter easy to fix if it doesn't work? Thanks
If You buy it, get Ben martin to rebuild the switch and meter, He is a Master Switch rebuilder.
reasonable prices, He worked on my 26 switch rebuilt it and replaced the meter dial which was unreadable.one stop shop, I sent You a PM with his phone number. a few days ago.
Thanks Jim: Yes, I received your PM. That sounds like a good idea.
Thanks for all the good comments. I have purchased to one on eBay. The seller tells me it works. Thanks again.