Speedometer Drive Gear Replacement

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Speedometer Drive Gear Replacement

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Post by old man emu » Thu May 17, 2018 1:44 pm

The nylon worm gear on my speedometer drive has been chewed up.

Part # 1114-37 is a fibre replacement for the worm gear itself.

1. Are the fibre gears OK?
2. How difficult is it to fit one of these gears to the drive unit I already have?
3. Should I save myself the heartache and fir a Part # 11138-37 that comes with a nylon gear?

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Re: Speedometer Drive Gear Replacement

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Post by liberator » Thu May 17, 2018 8:52 pm

Fiber, nylon or brass...it really doesn't matter.
As long as you push the drive all the way home so the forked thingy fits on the back (!) of the plate-lip..she's fine.
They'll all fit the rod, not too tight; it should be able to move inside the drivepiece

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