jOdometer is a counter that works like an odometer: moving the numbers up like a wheel

		 Usually we will need a "position: relative" and an "overflow: hidden" in the container element.

		 Sample Configuration:
		 $('.counter').jOdometer({increment: 3.17, counterStart:'0087.15', counterEnd:'0159.50', numbersImage: '/images/numbers.png', spaceNumbers: 2, offsetRight:5});

		 Config Options:
		 counterStart: Number we are starting with. To get a specific number of digits/decimals it have to be a string (e.g. '0005.50') // Default: '0000.00'
		 counterEnd: The counter stop when reach this number. If it is the same as counterStart the odometer is static. False to don't stop never. // Default: false
		 delayTime: Delay between each number change // Default: 1000
		 increment: Number increment after each delayTime // Default: 0.01
		 speed: Speed for the change number animation // Default: 500
		 easing: Easing for the change number animation. Other than 'swing' or 'linear' must be provided by plugin // Default: 'swing'
		 numbersImage: Image used for the numbers. You can use .psd provided // Default: '/images/numbers.png'
		 heightNumber: The height that each number needs // Default: 31
		 widthNumber: Width of the numbers' image // Default: 14
		 offsetRight: Distance to the right // Default: 0
		 spaceNumbers: Separation between the numbers' columns // Default: 0
		 widthDot: Decimal dot's special width // Default: 10
		 formatNumber: Whether to format the number with commas every 3 digits // Default: false

		 We can override the defaults with:
		 $.fn.jOdometer.defaults.spaceNumbers = 1;
		 It returns an object used for counter manipulation. Available Functions:
		 goToNumber(number): Updates the counter with the number given. Example:
		 var counter = $('.counter').jOdometer({...});


jOdometer samples:

Example manual update:
Counter 1:
Counter 2: