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Old 10-11-2001, 04:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey everybody, I haven't been on a while and I just read the thread about the RGRS gearset. I want one. Has anyone got one yet. I was gonna buy a GRSII but lower is better and whats an extrs $200. Who sells them?
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Old 10-11-2001, 06:02 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Go to the web site for AsianAutoparts.Com,Dave King sells them,and he is an A1 guy. Check it out.
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<STRONG>Go to the web site for AsianAutoparts.Com,Dave King sells them,and he is an A1 guy. Check it out.
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thanks Chance....but we don't have the RGRS gears, made by Rockhopper.....

we have the "SUMO 6.1" gears made in England by a racing gear maker.....ours are lower in high range than the other gears out there. They have made 7.5's five years ago, and 4.1 Suzuki gears along with Toyota gears...but we are only marketing the 6.1's right now.

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Old 10-12-2001, 04:00 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Thanks for the clarification Dave.
These our the Rockhopper Gears.
They're cut from new billets, nothing is splined, pinned , welded or keyed. Reduction 6.129.
There available from Rocky Road and Roadless Gear.
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<STRONG>Thanks for the clarification Dave.
These our the Rockhopper Gears.
They're cut from new billets, nothing is splined, pinned , welded or keyed. Reduction 6.129.
There available from Rocky Road and Roadless Gear.
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just trying to get along....nice pix!

I didn't know RRO was marketing these....oh great..Glenn will be jumping all over me too!
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your 6.1's are not the same gears as we have....and with the difference in high range that should make more choices to the guys looking to go low....I hope eveything is cool between us?

we are going to be testing our gears in the USA next weekend at the Arizona Jeep Jamboree....I'll be sure to let ya know how they work.
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Old 10-13-2001, 10:41 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Old 10-13-2001, 03:15 PM   #7 (permalink)
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DAVE what is your web site? AsianAutoparts.Com does not work, And what % is the high? 18%?

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Try this.....
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I paid $850 for my 4.1 case. $1150 for a 6.1 case is a sweet deal!! Anyone want to buy a 4.1 t-case with less than 5000 miles????? <IMG SRC="smilies/grinpimp.gif" border="0">

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I heard that! My friend wants a GRSII.... I might sell him mine and go for the 6.1:1! Would 24% high range reduction with 5.13's in the axles be too low for 32's on the street? <IMG SRC="smilies/wink.gif" border="0">

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Did I get it wrong again. I thought it was 19% in high range??????????? <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
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I'm all for low gears but that would be a little excessive for 32's. I have 5.89's and 35's with a stock case and it can handle driving on the street. it's slow but sammi's arent really speed machines as it is. does anyone know the exact high range for both of the new 6.1 gearsets?
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<STRONG>I'm all for low gears but that would be a little excessive for 32's. I have 5.89's and 35's with a stock case and it can handle driving on the street. it's slow but sammi's arent really speed machines as it is. does anyone know the exact high range for both of the new 6.1 gearsets?</STRONG>
Our Sumo 1.6 gears in high range are 1.75.

where's my calculator?

5 sets are going to be here Thursday the 18th and another 9 sets to follow in a couple weeks. I am going to try a set with my 5.12's and 33's (if the 35's don't come in)....at the AZ Jeep Jamboree this weekend.

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