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joepermuko

12-24-2012 08:43:36




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can you flip the ring gear on a flywheel or is it best to just replace they only cost 50.00 hope everyone has a nice christmas and a great new years!




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Roger H MI

12-27-2012 03:00:57




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 Re: ring gear on a c in reply to joepermuko, 12-24-2012 08:43:36  
If it hasn't already been fliped I would just flip it. The gear is just straight cut. Or atleast the one I replaced on my Allis B was. I would have just fliped mine but someone beat me to it. But the new one I purchased was close to $100.



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Mike(NEOhio)

12-26-2012 11:55:07




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 Re: ring gear on a c in reply to joepermuko, 12-24-2012 08:43:36  
If you're going to flip it and bevel the teeth, you may also need to add a chamfer to the ID corner so it seats against the shoulder of the flywheel.



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mdtractormechanic

12-26-2012 12:41:24




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 Re: ring gear on a c in reply to Mike(NEOhio), 12-26-2012 11:55:07  
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Yeah Mike....Seems like a lot of work considering a new one is somewhere between 30- 50 dollars.



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Mike(NEOhio)

12-26-2012 12:56:40




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 Re: ring gear on a c in reply to mdtractormechanic, 12-26-2012 12:41:24  
Maybe not. I put a ring gear on my Ford 2000 a few years ago. $88 and I had to get one from a dealer. Aftermarket sources were out. Must have been a popular replacement item. Also used an aftermarket starter gear and it's already grinding again lately. You get what you pay for.



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mdtractormechanic

12-26-2012 21:52:53




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 Re: ring gear on a c in reply to Mike(NEOhio), 12-26-2012 12:56:40  
I know these prices are correct. I already looked then up.
I haven't heard of anyone having problems with the replacements.



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Dick L

12-24-2012 10:06:48




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 Re: ring gear on a c in reply to joepermuko, 12-24-2012 08:43:36  
I always flip them it they are good enough. They will last as long as they did the first time if the starter drive is not in bad shape. Trying to use a crappy starter drive is what kills the ring gear in the first place. I always put the ring gear in a vise and bevel the teeth with an angle grinder. I have never had a flipped ring gear fail me.



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old

12-24-2012 09:31:56




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 Re: ring gear on a c in reply to joepermuko, 12-24-2012 08:43:36  
Yes you can flip it if you can get it off with out harming it but if it is bad enough to need that done then your better off to install a new one and be done with it for another 50 years or flip it and maybe get 10 years if your lucky



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mdtractormechanic

12-24-2012 09:22:12




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 Re: ring gear on a c in reply to joepermuko, 12-24-2012 08:43:36  
If you go through all the work to split the tractor you might as well replace the ring gear. A new one runs around $50. Deals In A Pinch has it for $31.65 plus shipping.



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wbecker319

12-24-2012 09:01:00




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 Re: ring gear on a c in reply to joepermuko, 12-24-2012 08:43:36  
If you flip it you won't have the chamfer on the end of the teeth for the starter gear to slide into.
You could remove it and rotate it, a 4 cylinder normaly stops in 2 areas on the flywheel, so if you retate it 90 deg it will be stopping in an area where there is very little wear.



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