Hasler speedometer tapes

 
  DRR_Fireman Deputy Commissioner

Location: -
Didn't know where to put this one for the most coverage so I thought I'd chuck it here.

Who is still using Hasler speedometers and where are they getting the tapes? I'd have thought a lot of the 48s and other stuff of that vintage would be still running them, as would be a lot of heritage groups. Are they still available from somewhere or is everyone just drawing on their existing stockpiles?

Any advice and assistance would be appreciated.

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  seb2351 Chief Commissioner

Location: Adelaide
Didn't know where to put this one for the most coverage so I thought I'd chuck it here.

Who is still using Hasler speedometers and where are they getting the tapes? I'd have thought a lot of the 48s and other stuff of that vintage would be still running them, as would be a lot of heritage groups. Are they still available from somewhere or is everyone just drawing on their existing stockpiles?

Any advice and assistance would be appreciated.
DRR_Fireman
SCT are still using Hasler, I will check on Monday to see whom our supplier is.
  DRR_Fireman Deputy Commissioner

Location: -
Didn't know where to put this one for the most coverage so I thought I'd chuck it here.

Who is still using Hasler speedometers and where are they getting the tapes? I'd have thought a lot of the 48s and other stuff of that vintage would be still running them, as would be a lot of heritage groups. Are they still available from somewhere or is everyone just drawing on their existing stockpiles?

Any advice and assistance would be appreciated.
SCT are still using Hasler, I will check on Monday to see whom our supplier is.
seb2351
I'd really appreciate that, thanks very much
  KRviator Moderator

Location: Up the front
The 48's, 80's, 81's G's, XR's and even the XPT use Hasler tapes, so I dare say they are still in production, HaslerRail is still around and MVTechnology is their Australian agent, so if you actually need rolls of the tape, rather than just being curious if they're still around, you might touch base with them.
  DRR_Fireman Deputy Commissioner

Location: -
The 48's, 80's, 81's G's, XR's and even the XPT use Hasler tapes, so I dare say they are still in production, HaslerRail is still around and MVTechnology is their Australian agent, so if you actually need rolls of the tape, rather than just being curious if they're still around, you might touch base with them.
KRviator
I wouldn't have asked if I didn't need them. Thanks for your help.
  seb2351 Chief Commissioner

Location: Adelaide
Didn't know where to put this one for the most coverage so I thought I'd chuck it here.

Who is still using Hasler speedometers and where are they getting the tapes? I'd have thought a lot of the 48s and other stuff of that vintage would be still running them, as would be a lot of heritage groups. Are they still available from somewhere or is everyone just drawing on their existing stockpiles?

Any advice and assistance would be appreciated.
SCT are still using Hasler, I will check on Monday to see whom our supplier is.
I'd really appreciate that, thanks very much
DRR_Fireman
We order ours through EDI Downer. I'd give them a call.

I don't have a contact number because I just lean over my desk as part of my interactions with them. Google may be your better friend in this instance for the right person, but you have a starting point now Smile
  DRR_Fireman Deputy Commissioner

Location: -
Didn't know where to put this one for the most coverage so I thought I'd chuck it here.

Who is still using Hasler speedometers and where are they getting the tapes? I'd have thought a lot of the 48s and other stuff of that vintage would be still running them, as would be a lot of heritage groups. Are they still available from somewhere or is everyone just drawing on their existing stockpiles?

Any advice and assistance would be appreciated.
SCT are still using Hasler, I will check on Monday to see whom our supplier is.
I'd really appreciate that, thanks very much
We order ours through EDI Downer. I'd give them a call.

I don't have a contact number because I just lean over my desk as part of my interactions with them. Google may be your better friend in this instance for the right person, but you have a starting point now Smile
seb2351
Excellent, thanks very much

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