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Old 04-30-2020, 09:12 PM
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Anyone know what pitch pinion I need for this car thanks
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Old 04-30-2020, 09:42 PM
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I believe the AE off road buggies and SCt's run 48 pitch spur/pinion gears. At least that's all I've ever run in my AE vehicles.
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Originally Posted by jammin684 View Post
I believe the AE off road buggies and SCt's run 48 pitch spur/pinion gears. At least that's all I've ever run in my AE vehicles.
The TC6.1 is a touring car and this is the on road forum.

Use either 48p or 64p, just make sure the spur matches.
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The kit comes with a 48dp spur.
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If you're unsure what you have on your car, either post a photo of it , or you can count the number of teeth one inch of gear circumference. It should be either 64 or 48. Sometimes its marked on the gear itself.
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The way to find the gear pitch is to count all the teeth, then measure the gear diameter and divide the number of teeth by the gear diameter. This isn't exact because you should actually divide by the diametral pitch diameter which is slightly less than the overall diameter, but it will get you close enough to figure out if the pitch is 64 or 48.
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