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Stocking new and used CDI and Bird® items.
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From Wednesday Oct 27 to November 2 2021 I will be helping my Son move all his items from our home and other places to his new home. I will be answering email intermittently but will not be able to drive to the warehouse to ship items.
I apologize for any inconvenience.
PEAK / PEP / SWING boards:
The company that made the boards went out of business a few years ago. I do not sell any others as ALL boards tested affected the meter accuracy.
Sorry that the items offered are not all current. I am only able to publish my web site about 5 days a month, due to being locked out by anti virus and windows updates. This makes it almost impossible to keep the web site up to date removing sold items and adding new. If what you are asking for is sold and not marked. I will do my best to offer you an equal or upgraded substitute at the same cost.
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Mounting a meter movement in a 43-----
The current mounting is:
The meter ring is attached directly to the cabinet with 2 screws, no spacers
OLDER Bird 43 had:
3 rubber bumpers to stand off and shock mount the movement from the front of the case (foam 1)
and a rubber ring between the movements and the meter ring (foam 2)
The foam for both the rear and front shock mounting can vary depending on
43 / meter ring / meter movement so I don't stock the foam.
The rubber bumpers are no longer made or sold.
The DC Cable = cable connecting the meter to the line section
Should be attached to the meter movement as:
BOTTOM NUT (this should never be loosened OR REMOVED)
There should always be a “BOTTOM NUT” on the meter movement it keeps the inner wiring in place. If you remove it the meter will have a very high chance of being damaged internally.