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    fitting clocks with rev counter...?

    im buying a van buy it doesnt have a rev counter so im wondering if i bought clocks with a rev counter would i just simply swap them round and they plug in ok? or would i need to change the loomb?

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    if its a mk4 Van they will work no probs at all just bung them in the car

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    ok thanks.

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    If it's a petrol you'll need dials from a petrol car and likewise for a diesel.
    Tell me what you've done, not what you're going to!

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    /\/\/\/\ ...... and if u dont know which ones are which then easiest way to tell is that Diesel ones redline at 6k whereas Petrol do so at 7k

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