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Old 04-20-2006, 07:04 AM   #1
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Default GEARING 32,48,64-----.06

64 Pitch & 48 Pitch

Switching to another Pitch?

To calculate the equivalent number of teeth in a 64 Pitch gear to 48 Pitch or vice versa. Simply divide the number of teeth by its pitch then multiply by the target pitch to obtain the equivalent number of teeth.

Example: 108 Tooth 64 Pitch Spur = 81 Tooth 48 Pitch Spur.
108/64 x 48 = 81

how do you convert 48dp into .6 pitch.
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.6 mod is close to 42dp, but you may as well just calculate your overall ratio and find the equivalent in .6.
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