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Old 11-17-2014, 10:22 PM   #1
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96 cluster was completely disassembled and clocked back to 00000
Everything cleaned and tested and In working order
Prefect for your fresh rebuild.
$100:free shipping
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Old 11-17-2014, 10:50 PM   #2
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96 cluster was completely disassembled and clocked back to 00000
Everything cleaned and tested and In working order
Prefect for your fresh rebuild.
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I hope you realize tampering with an odometer is a federal crime.
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Old 11-17-2014, 11:08 PM   #3
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No your incorrect.
Misrepresentation of actual mileage and then selling a vehicle is a crime.
Changing the odometer to reflect mileage of reconditioned parts is not.
There are forums you get to change the mileage on the title or to exempt your vehicle of mileage.
And of vehicle is ever sold you need to make record of the change. .
Also most states don't even require that forum on cars as old as the na.
So basically Only thing that would be illegal is if you bought it put it in your car and tried selling it as a 0 mile car without informing the buyer.
I rebuild and recondition old muscle cars for a living and do this all time.
buyer should contact the dmv to see what steps need to be taken as every state is slightly different law
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Reconditioned parts?

New brakes? Subtract 15000 miles!
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Old 11-18-2014, 08:28 AM   #5
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If anyone is serous, and can see how useful this can be Email me....further troll posts will be ignored
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I'm serious...ly concerned about your use of the written English language. I would be interested in buying this if I knew the proceeds went towards this:
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Old 11-18-2014, 04:16 PM   #7
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No your incorrect.
Misrepresentation of actual mileage and then selling a vehicle is a crime.
Changing the odometer to reflect mileage of reconditioned parts is not.
49 USC 32703(2) disagrees with you:

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(2) disconnect, reset, alter, or have disconnected, reset, or altered, an odometer of a motor vehicle intending to change the mileage registered by the odometer
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Been around a few cars where the odo has stopped so based on that those cars are not street legal lol.
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Well, it's not illegal then. He took it off to sell it as used parts, not as a vehicle. How can he personally misrepresent the mileage of a vehicle that don't exist? Maybe you are meant to get a drill and set that cluster to match yours.

I believe there's even a way for a person to take a vehicle needing a replacement odometer to the state DMV to even register the discrepancy on the title.

You all make a lot of noise over nothing. Resetting a cluster and then expecting more for it is hilarious, though. If I needed a new one I'd clock it to match my car, not like it's that hard.
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When you transfer the title on a car to a new owner, there's an odometer disclosure statement. You write in the indicated mileage, then check a box stating whether or not the indicated mileage is the correct actual mileage.

Every state in the US has some variant of this. It's really quite straightforward.

And as whatshisname (can't see earlier posts on mobile app) said, a lot of states just automatically exempt old cars. The state of New York auto-exempted my 04 when I transferred its title.
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Old 11-18-2014, 08:02 PM   #11
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Well, it's not illegal then. He took it off to sell it as used parts, not as a vehicle. How can he personally misrepresent the mileage of a vehicle that don't exist? Maybe you are meant to get a drill and set that cluster to match yours.

I believe there's even a way for a person to take a vehicle needing a replacement odometer to the state DMV to even register the discrepancy on the title.

You all make a lot of noise over nothing. Resetting a cluster and then expecting more for it is hilarious, though. If I needed a new one I'd clock it to match my car, not like it's that hard.
Cooking pasta isn't hard eather. .
Yet millions of people pay $16 for $0.40 worth at restaurants. .. Some people just want to avoid the hassle of doing the work.
Also it's not hard to make a mistake and break it while turning it back. If you dont have a spare one might not be worth the risk.
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Average cluster I sell for about $40...Shipping is about $20....So anyone buying a cluster can expect to pay $60...
Using you logic put yourself in the
sellers position. .upon buyers request you would disassemble the part and clock it to a requested milage for no additional cost?
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