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Is it bad to install previously used gears? They have around 40,000 miles on them. What kind of problems could result? Should I just spring for new ones?
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Originally posted by Blue-Beard:
<STRONG>Is it bad to install previously used gears? They have around 40,000 miles on them. What kind of problems could result? Should I just spring for new ones?
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If they are in good shape - no chiped teeth or wear - go for it. Just have them set-up right and you should be ready to go.
 

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I just installed a used set in front of my buddies jeep. Works fine. Just make sure they track right and on used gears I set the lash a little tighter then called for. If you get them cheap enough run them. What's going to happen? They break. Fawk it. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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Thanks for your input guys.
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I think the instructions included with Randys Ring n Pinion stuff, said to pay more attention to teh pattern on the coast side, when setting up used gears.

I guess cause the drive side might show an altered pattern with any wear.

Im setting up used gear sets.

as long as they were set up, and broken in properly the first time.

try and get front gears, from a part time truck, they will have fewer miles on them.
 

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I second your statement.....also helps when you get yours gears installed on time unlike some shops I know off....hmmmm?

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