Re: Recommend an hour meter?
The Hobbs brand seems to have been around a LONG time. At about 40 to 50 bucks seems like it would be a no brainer to install. As an X500 owner, I keep eyeing my condensation filled meter. At some point I guess it will no longer evaporate and will likely fail. I plan to install a Hobbs meter at that point or before and start adding the new hours to old.
Is Hobbs a pain to install or work with? It wouldn't seem to be that difficult. Would appreciate any Hobbs experience.
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