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Gauge Ratio: 2240:60 Ratio
OEM Reference: 67027-91A
|Softail Custom FXSTC : 1991–1995|
|Softail Fat Boy FLSTF : 1991–1995|
|Softail Heritage Classic FLSTC : 1991–1995|
|Softail Nostalgia FLSTN : 1993–1995|
|Softail Springer FXSTS : 1991–1994|
So far this seems to be as good as the original, I read the reviews and noticed that someone had posted that you need to be sure to order the reset knob! Just be sure you order the reset knob for this speedometer! 5600115
The speedometer is more like my old stock one has Reed value very nice speedometer some body posted you need to order trip reset #5600005 this will not fit you need #560015 it metal nice knob
The product description says it is an OEM replacement, this may be true for some years. However this is not a direct replacement for a 91 FLSTC. Some modification is required for a good fit. Finish, face and dial are good...
not much luck with taiwan speedos, time will tell
does the job looks great
Great looking gauge.
Very nice and smooth,quite a difference in the face appearance. The Only problem I had was that the stock trip reset will not fit on this speedo,,its too small you need to order SPEEDO TRIP RESET KNOB 90-95 : 5600005 when you order this item and flip the rubber spacers so you can install the speedometer flush with the dash
The speedometer fit OK, but at 50 it was reading 70. Also wound up with the wrong odometer knob, which needed to be shaved in order to fit. Not happy with it.
Speedo looks great. I am very pleased with this Speedo. I Highly recommend this item Speedometer!!
cannot see speed at nite no illumination at needle only at mileage and trip.last number on mileage half hidden
Almost perfect replacement.
Better than stock. Face and needle are a bit different but works the same. Easy to install!
Great product! Needle is all orange, a bit different from stock, but very easy to install. Perfect replacement.
Looks good and hooks up just like the factory one. Not sure that it's accurate at higher speeds though. Seems fine below 70 mph.
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