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SC Ring Gear reversible or not?

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Erik KY

01-17-2006 09:37:18

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I have a flat spot in my ring gear and have it off. I am planning on flipping it over, but I noticed that just on one side, there are small curved grooves just below the notches on the ring gear- I presume these are to help guide the starter nose gear into the notch on the ring gear. If I flip the ring gear- there will be no "guide grooves". Is this worth worring about? Or should I just go ahead and flip it?

One more thing- I would have already had it flipped and installed but I am having some trouble putting it back on (backwards). I heated it up to 500 degrees in the oven for half an hour, but I still couldn't get it started onto the flywheel- any tips or advice before I pull out the oxy/acetylene torch to heat it?

Thanks in advance-

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01-18-2006 06:33:05

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 Re: SC Ring Gear reversible or not? in reply to Erik KY, 01-17-2006 09:37:18  
I buy new ring gears from checker auto for 3o% of case prices Ask to see ytheir PIONEER cataloge Then can get most any ring gear you need . Tale fly wheel to double check measurments I have not got sc gear but many DC gears from them

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01-17-2006 15:29:28

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 Re: SC Ring Gear reversible or not? in reply to Erik KY, 01-17-2006 09:37:18  
put your flywheel in the freezer a few hours and heat up your ring should work

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