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Re: Unstyled A slower high range gears

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Lynerd

10-22-2012 16:22:31
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Josh I replaced my 36 A gears with 38 gears bout 15 years ago. Don"t remember all the details but had a 38 and took the countershaft and some of the gears and made 3rd and 4th slower. By looking at parts book 410000-450503 had faster gears and 450504 up had slower gears. Lynn




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Josh Blackburn

10-22-2012 18:19:57
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 Re: Unstyled A slower high range gears in reply to Lynerd, 10-22-2012 16:22:31  
Thanks Lynn i appreciate your response i took my 38 trans apart and it had same teeth count as my fast high range trans did they split in middle of 38?



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10-23-2012 06:17:48
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 Re: Unstyled A slower high range gears in reply to Josh Blackburn, 10-22-2012 18:19:57  
Josh I think it was mid 37 the change was made. Looking at parts book some more the difference is the countershaft having 17 and 25 and going to 19 and 25 and the overdrive gear and shaft going from 28 to 26. This only affects 3rd and 4th gears. Lynn



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