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I am trying to find a free font that I can use for a "visitor" counter...something that looks like an odometer
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When I think of odometers I tend to think in terms of old style LED displays. Here are some of the free font sites that I like. You can browse around to see the other selections that they have.

http://www.dafont.com/theme.php?cat=302
http://www.1001freefonts.com/lcd-fonts.php
http://www.fonts101.com/styles/23/Techno.aspx
http://www.fontspace.com/#  (click the browse button at the top of the page)
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