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STEWART WARNER 1929 REV COUNTER, FROM WHAT?


Guest HERBIE

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The face says " revolutions hundreds per minute" and that is a 70 showing at left in the window so this would be a 7000 R.P.M. tach. Much too fast for automotive work or any other engines of the time. I suggest this is industrial machinery oriented.

Warner was an established manufacturer of industrial speed and length indicators before 1900 ( lathes, looms, etc.) and simply adapted their devices to autos to show speed and distance.

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