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  • Starter Drive Without Beveled Teeth

    I just saw this drive on ebay, but noticed it doesn't have a bevel on the engagement end of the teeth. The bevel is to help make a smooth engagement, so that's the only style I'd buy.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/263136941964?ul_noapp=true

  • #2
    Yikes!

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    • George Miller
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      Junk
      Last edited by George Miller; 08-30-2017, 01:34 PM. Reason: I wish I could spell.

  • #3
    Self beveling. After a while.

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    • tbirdtbird
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      yep, and imagine what ur ring gear will look like then!

    • Mitch
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      Load the teeth up with mystic grease!

  • #4
    "Maybe" their BEVELER BROKE?
    Dad Guessing?

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    • #5
      "ACCIDENTALLY", I put an M.G. ring gear on backwards, rubbed the teeth with wheel bearing grease & it worked FINE!
      Dad Lucky

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