Question about 1997 Ford F250 SuperCab
Not a good idea this will throw off the vehicle speed sensors and your engine will not know at what speed you are traveling at sending the computer in a limp mode
Posted on May 04, 2010
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odometers have been counting the miles for centuries. Although they are a dying
breed, they are incredibly cool because they are so simple! A mechanical
odometer is nothing more than a gear train with an incredible gear ratio.
Some odometer has a 1690:1 gear reduction!
That means the input shaft of this odometer has to spin 1,690 times before the
odometer will register 1 mile.
Odometers like this are being replaced by
digital odometers that provide more features and cost less, but they aren't
nearly as cool.
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