While getting rid of my fairing and mounting a new "Baja" type headlight I also
removed the dashboard (now I can see down my fork tubes) and will be replacing
it with a TrailTech Voyager.
I found how to import the mileage from my old speedo to the new LCD Voyager but
started to wonder how legal this would be to do it myself.
I read about replacing odometers here in Pennsylvania and I saw something about a form to
fill out. Can't find it in my history though.
Another page says
"If an odometer is repaired or replaced, Pennsylvania law requires the odometer to register the same mileage as before the repair or replacement. If this is not possible, the new odometer must be set to “0” and a notice affixed to the left door frame of the vehicle by the vehicle owner (or his agent) specifying the mileage prior to repair or replacement and the date the odometer was repaired or replaced.
Soooo, could I just change the mileage myself and save the old speedo?
State inspection is coming up in september and I don't need any extra hassles and plan to keep my mouth shut, only answer if questioned.
I doubt the guy at the inspection place would remember what dash it had last time but the Voyager will
be stinky new.
I'm going to make a steel plate dash to mount the Voyager and also need to put Neutral +turn +high beam indicator lights as well as some switches for extras down the road.
Anyone ever have problems with inspection mechanics, the law or title transfer problems
after swapping speedo's?