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Old 04-01-2009, 12:21 PM   #1
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Unhappy spur gear and bell gear problems

i keep having problems stripping gears. first my plastic spur gear stripped and now ive halfway stripped my bell gear and broke chunks out of my steel spur gear. i lined it up and everything. feed a thin sheet of paper through it and it was good but while driving it seems to unline itself. any suggestions???
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What car are you talking about???

On larger pitch gears you should double the paper if using it to set your gear mesh. Maybe even looser if your car has a lot of chassis flex.
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