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    Re: John Bordas Speedometer Shop

    I tried to research a picture I had seen posted on site with no luck of a base plate redone up all new like. does John also do those? sorry if this post is outa place.

  2. #42

    Re: John Bordas Speedometer Shop

    Nuklhd:
    Like this? I remembered posting this, an OEM 1937-only dash plate I had restored by Perry Ruiter up in Canada, in 2010. The thread was titled, "Whazzit?" unuzyuul parts quiz.


    Last edited by Sarge; 01-19-2019 at 10:49 PM.
    Sarge, Gerry Lyons, Fla.
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  3. #43

    Re: John Bordas Speedometer Shop

    thanks sarge. nice job there. the one I remember was posted a little bit ago. I guess i'm really asking besides Mr. Ruiter who does these?

  4. #44

    Re: John Bordas Speedometer Shop

    I figured someone else other than sarge has had one done within the last 10 years!!

  5. #45

    Re: John Bordas Speedometer Shop

    Guess not!
    Sarge, Gerry Lyons, Fla.
    AGENT ORRNGE Survivor. So far.
    The Friendly Fire that Keeps on Burnin'.
    F.O.G. member: http://flatheadownersgroup.com/
    www.37UL.com
    "It's a 1937, and the downside is, it's out of warranty"

  6. #46

    Re: John Bordas Speedometer Shop

    I restore my own up to 46. Easy to do. Later is a whole nother game.
    Didn't mention the year.
    Sent a pm on who might help on 2 and 3 light.

    Gerry, are those the right dash cover side screws for 37?

  7. #47

    Re: John Bordas Speedometer Shop

    Thanks Len. It's off the 59 FLH I just picked up.

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    Re: John Bordas Speedometer Shop

    Quote Originally Posted by 38knuckle View Post
    I restore my own up to 46. Easy to do. Later is a whole nother game.
    Didn't mention the year.
    Sent a pm on who might help on 2 and 3 light.

    Gerry, are those the right dash cover side screws for 37?
    Len, is it the light sockets that are the problem?

  9. #49

    Re: John Bordas Speedometer Shop

    Imo it is Eric. I think it was Tom? who seen Perry's tooling for the sockets.

  10. Re: John Bordas Speedometer Shop

    Another Bordas recommendation:

    He restored the mechanicals on the speedometer for my 1970 FLH in late Fall 2017. At the end of last summer the tripometer was not working properly at all. I sent it back to him last week, he received it Monday. Thursday it was back in my house, tripometer replaced with a known to be working unit.

    No charge!!!!

    Not only did he honor his workmanship, but he turned it around in a day. What else do you need to know about the man.
    1946 WL Solo
    1970 FLH
    1991 Sportster XLH
    1997 Wide Glide FXDWG
    2005 Road Glide FLTRI

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