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Tach for 4B3.9


Created On Sunday July 27, 2003 07:14 Diesel Talk
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treeman
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I have several brush chippers with Cummins 4B3.9 and all the tachs are broken or missing. I'm trying to find brand name and dealer on these tachs, Don't want to go to Cummins dealer as $$$$. Thanks
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chevytrk13
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Maybe a generic tach would work with an adapter? Do you have a wiring diagram for the electrical on these chippers or the engines?

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