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 4360-180 (broken tooth)

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PostSubject: 4360-180 (broken tooth)   Thu Aug 18, 2016 2:45 pm

I have a spicer that broke a tooth. I took it apart because it didn't want to shift while running and adjusting the brake didn't fix it. I found a tooth in bottom of the pan. I would like to replace it but will probably need to wait for tax return.

I was thinking that I could turn it into a five speed with two neutral. if I take the bad gear and grind off all the teeth then restack them the bad set in the first speed position then maybe that would work for what I need and basically be able to move it when needed. im not exactly sure which is first and sixth gear. I think the broken gear is third but if im wrong I guess it is fourth.

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is it normal for the spider gears to hang out one side?

what does the 180 mean in the model number?

any help would be very much appreciated.





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PostSubject: Re: 4360-180 (broken tooth)   Thu Aug 18, 2016 7:11 pm

On flywheels when the teeth get chewed up, you grind it smooth and weld it up to put metal back on the tooth, then file the weld to make a new tooth. If you got a welder, you could weld it up an then file a new tooth on it.

Looks like 3rd gear.
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PostSubject: Re: 4360-180 (broken tooth)   Thu Aug 18, 2016 9:19 pm

I don't have a welder anymore I had to sell them, however the more I think about it the more I think my original idea would be more problem than it is worth. then I thought maybe a second spacer I assume it is for neutral then I could still put the gear on the input side up front and replace the bad gear with a spacer and have an extra long neutral.

Dana Spacer

edit: just looked on ebay and I can get the gear about the same price.

but then I still don't see what is hanging up the shift keys while it is running.
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