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Would have to hot wire it and let it run for the exact amount of hours unless there's some shortcut I don't know about. Hopefully these 1026r bugs start getting ironed out!
I've done that on some basic hourmeters that had to be replaced. Just hooked it up to a battery and let it run. I think I read that the 1026R only reads hours at PTO speed, though. That would be a bit more difficult to wire up, to say the least.
 

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The 1 series tractors hour meter runs off of actual engine "on" time, not PTO rpm biased.:thumbup1gif:
I stand corrected, then. Cool! In that case, maybe you could just put power to the hourmeter circuit of the display and let it run until it was right. Just watch it, you don't want to go over. :lol:
 
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