[DML] Re: adjusting odometer
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[DML] Re: adjusting odometer



Hook up a drill to the cable and let it run. Most of my drills will
hold 60mph on the Delorean speedo. I adjusted my car 4 miles when my
angle drive broke. 150 miles might take a few hours, but that's easier
than paying someone to professionally roll the odometer.


-Joe O'Brien




--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Owen Emry <owen@xxxx> wrote:
>
> I just finished replacing my angle drive (thanks for all those who
helped!) while it was broken, my odometer missed recording about 150
miles, and I'd like to set it straight.  I'm sure some of you will
roll your eyes, but I'm gonna do it.  What's the easiest way to
accomplish this?  Yes, I can use something to spin the cable to
reclaim those 150 miles, but I'm wondering if there's a better way...
> 
> Thanks, as always!
> -Owen
> VIN 10470
> 1 21 GW
>








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