Blue Moon Cycles reproduction speedometer?

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gwagoner
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Blue Moon Cycles reproduction speedometer?

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Does anyone have experience with the repro speedo available from Blue Moon Cycles?

I just called and spoke to them and they don't know where they are manufactured, but order them from a company in Germany.

I am also wondering if they might be the same repro's that are commonly available on eBay for $50.

They did confirm that their repro speedo does not have a trip odometer



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schrader7032
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Do you have an original for

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Do you have an original for the bike? Why not get it fixed instead?
Kurt in S.A.
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gwagoner
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I don't have the original,

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I don't have the original, but do have a line on one. A rebuild is my preference, but running a repro, if the are not junk would be an option

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miller6997
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Something doesn't compute

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Blue Moon certainly should be able to determine from their supplier where the speedometer was made. It would surprise me if they had not already asked this question. They are a well-established company. What kind of return or warranty do they offer?
Jon Miller
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gwagoner
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My thoughts as well, they

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My thoughts as well, they should know where it is made but do not... at least the parts guy didn't know and didn't offer to go grab one and look for a label.

I may call back and try again.

FL54
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Just had one rebuilt by Joe’s

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Just had one rebuilt by Joe’s Speedometer. Cost was $240. Looks like new. Factor that into your decision making.

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