Speedo drive housing broken.....


2 replies to this topic
  • KeithBoyd

Posted March 05, 2005 - 01:48 AM

#1

when I loosened the front axle. It spun with turning the axle and snapped a bit off the housing. This leads me onto the question of either a replacement housing,repairing by sticking/patching or upgrading (whilst the wife does`nt have the credit card!!) to an electronic speedo. I have carried out a search of the forum to find the Trail Tech Endurance computer. The other question I have is if a new speedo is installed what happens with the gap left by the old speedo housing? Do I keep it on and plug it with say,silicone or does the new speedo arrive with a spacer and seal to make up the gap thats left? Also I found a thread stating that a DRZ speedo would work. Can anyone advise if they have used this unit in this application??.......thoughts???.....Thanks....

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  • bigtom17

Posted March 05, 2005 - 02:51 AM

#2

Go to Barnumspro.com website and check out the red speedo spacers he sells, they look cool also. Then get one of those digital computers. I got mine at Baja designs web site. I think it is the Panorama something or what ever. I have had mine on for about 2-3 years now no issues. They cost about 70 bones. It might be the trail tech I don't remember.

  • hoptup

Posted March 05, 2005 - 07:15 PM

#3

Hey call this guy I don't know his name but he just parted out a xr on e-bay and he might still have the speedo--1-717 477-9321- hope that helps





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