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--- Jim Adney <firstname.lastname@example.org> skrev: > On 14 Oct 2004 at 14:53, Jon Remers wrote: > > > I was talking about an early clock yes, but also > think it could be done to a > > late clock as well. The mod I did was not looking > good, at least not on the > > inside but if I would have spent some time looking > for a better suited > > clockwork it could be done neater. > > How did the finished clock look from the outside? > Can you still set the time > with the same OE type 3 center knob? Did you have > trouble getting the clock > hands off and back on; if so, how did you overcome > this problem? > > -- > Jim Adney > email@example.com > Madison, WI 53711-3054 > USA > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ > List info at http://www.vwtype3.org/list | > mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ > > It is really bad that the car is in the north of sweden while I«m in the south, otherways I would have posted pics. Probably the biggest drawback is that the center knob is lost completely. If I want to set the clock, I have to insert something thin through the hole left by the center knob (yes I removed it wich wasnt easy in itself) and turn the pointers with it. This is«nt excactly concours but it works for me. Getting the clock off the dashboard is a Û%&( (if this is what you mean by hands off), both when stock or modified.