Yes, try Nock's British Car Specialists in Stockton, CA.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ned Smith" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Austin-Healey List" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, December 01, 2005 11:58 AM
Subject: Tach and Speedo
> My choke knob was loose in the dashboard so I wanted to tighten it. First
> had to remove the tach. The PO had lost or broken the holding brackets so
> he held it in by putting double face foam tape around the inside of the
> opening. I don't know how he got it in but I do know it took me several
> hours of pushing and prying to get it out. I tightened the choke retaining
> nut as best I could. It is recessed into the back of the dash so I ran a
> screw driver into the crevice between nut and wood and moved it a little
> a time.
> While I had the tach out I also took out the speedo. Both instruments look
> good. There are no blemishes on the face and the bezels need only polish.
> But all the rubber needs to be replaced. The tach does not read correctly
> and it needs a new socket for the generator light. The speedo needs the
> reset stem to be replaced.
> Are parts available for me to fix these thing my self?
> Ned Smith
> near Chattanooga, TN