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emptyhead

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Amp meter assembly
« on: February 05, 2020, 04:26:45 PM »
Took my amp meter apart a couple of days ago to paint the face and forgot how the nuts and insulators are assembled/ stacked together. Anyone have a pic of the back of the meter from the side. Thanks

coreyelliott

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Re: Amp meter assembly
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2020, 05:05:17 PM »
Here are a few pics I took while taking apart a couple of gauge clusters.  These might help in some way.

Corey

EDIT:  And of course these images are sideways when viewing on a desktop.  Sorry about that.



















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emptyhead

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Re: Amp meter assembly
« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2020, 07:00:30 PM »
Perfect thank you very much.

Tapper02

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Re: Amp meter assembly
« Reply #3 on: February 05, 2020, 09:39:20 PM »
Funny....I was just having a conversation with someone about taking lots of reference pics when I was disassembling my M10 trailer for restoration.  They came in super handy since the manual pics and diagrams are less than desirable.  Huge lesson learned...

-Tom
1944 Autocar M15A1 (M16A1) Halftrack
  (Being restored to an M3A1 configuration)
  Serial Number M-15 A 1, 1356
  Model M-16 A 1, Ord Serial Number 1106
1944 Schelm Bros. M10 Ammunition Trailer
  Serial Number 16959
MVPA # 30507

coreyelliott

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Re: Amp meter assembly
« Reply #4 on: February 05, 2020, 11:04:10 PM »
Funny....I was just having a conversation with someone about taking lots of reference pics when I was disassembling my M10 trailer for restoration.  They came in super handy since the manual pics and diagrams are less than desirable.  Huge lesson learned...

-Tom

I tend to take a ton of pictures as I take things apart.  More than needed, actually..... until I need a picture.  Then I realize that I didn't take any pictures of that part at all.  ::)

Corey
1941 Autocar M2A1 (M2-13)