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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old Sep 13th, 15, 10:59 PM Thread Starter
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Question 1970-72 SS Gauge Cluster Printed Circuit Board

Can someone recommend a good place to pick up a new 1970-72 SS Gauge Cluster Printed Circuit Board that is made in the USA. that has got good feed-back as how good it was compared to the GM ones?
Not to sure about the ones made in Taiwan as being a good replacement.

I had a good GM one in my 71 Elcamino until I removed the head light switch yesterday without taking the ground cable off the battery, forgot about the black ground wire with the large washer that mounts with the headlight switch to the cluster and it fell over to the amp gauge. I'm guessing you all know the outcome on that one.
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Re: 1970-72 SS Gauge Cluster Printed Circuit Board

I'd like to know too...need on for my '72.

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Re: 1970-72 SS Gauge Cluster Printed Circuit Board

I bought one from Year One a couple of years ago ( made in US )
It was not working either, I recieved my money back and later I found out that the problem was in the headlight switch
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Re: 1970-72 SS Gauge Cluster Printed Circuit Board

I use the ones from Sonnie24 on ebay. I have had great results with them. Not sure where they are made though. They are $59.95 with free shipping.
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Re: 1970-72 SS Gauge Cluster Printed Circuit Board

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I use the ones from Sonnie24 on ebay. I have had great results with them. Not sure where they are made though. They are $59.95 with free shipping.
Hello Dan,
I checked with Sonnie24 there price is still the same and they are getting them from Taiwan.
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Sorry, I did not know where they were from. Here is a link for the real deal.
https://www.chevelles.com/classifieds...109969&cat=all
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Thanks Dan, for the link, Wow It looks like he really don't want to sell it. lol
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Lol.
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Thanks Dan, for the link, Wow It looks like he really don't want to sell it. lol
I'd rather have a new repro than a 45 year old one. They come apart due to age.
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I'd rather have a new repro than a 45 year old one. They come apart due to age.
At this point after window shopping around I am inclined to agree with you.
I looked at one that is on eBay that's an original GM and the seller says it's in perfect shape when you enlarge the picture and look at it it doesn't look very good at all when you're looking at the copper part in some places it looks discolored, also after looking at my original GM printed circuit it has started to separate into two half's in more than one place apparently from its age.
Now all I have to do is find a reproduction at a reasonable price that's made in the USA instead of Taiwan.
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