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best places for gears?

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by rusmannx, Jul 15, 2003.

  1. rusmannx

    rusmannx

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    probably 4.56's
    where would/did you go to get yours?
     
  2. 1980FJ40

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    I've heard that Randy's Ring and Pinion is a good source. You could try them. Maybe someone else will chime in with some info on Randy's. ::)
     
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    I'm about to order a new rear from Randy's. Value gear, he told me that I should buy a new yoke at the same time because aftermarket R&P's and stock yokes don't always match up. I figure what the heck its only $20 more, and knowing my cruiser I bet the one on there is the worn out original. I've only heard good things too. Their prices are above and away the best, especially on the value gear.

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    Rusman-If you're getting rid of your old stock R&P's, if they are in decent shape (not a lot of slack when you hit/let off the gas) could I buy them from you?
     
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    sure... if i DO change them out.
    might just go with the 420 for that low first.
     
  5. CruisinGA

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    [quote author=rusmannx link=board=1;threadid=3683;start=0#msg27188 date=1058380310]
    sure... if i DO change them out.
    might just go with the 420 for that low first.
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    Thats what I'm doin. I don't want my highway to get any worse than it already is. Sm420 =cheap really low first gear.