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  • Encyclopedia Britannica 2005, s.v. “flexible shaft.” CD-ROM, 2005.
  • Encyclopedia Britannica 2005, s.v. “tachometer.” CD-ROM, 2005.
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  • “From speedometers to modern instrument clusters,” by Gerhard Wesner. Automotive Engineering International, January 2005. PDF download at www.sae.org/automag/features/futurelook/02-2005/1-113-2-89.pdf
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  • Miata.net Tire Size Calculator http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html
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