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Old 09-10-2012, 04:02 PM
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Hard to find 41 & 15 tooth speedo gears 700r4

I need to find and order speedo gears for a 700r4. 15 tooth gray drive gear and a 41 tooth yellow driven gear. I called PATC and they are out of stock and will not be in stock to place an order for quite some time...

The local Chevy dealer took his time to flip through the book for me found the part numbers but could not order them...

I did find them on eBay but it would be over $50!!!!

I have been hunting hard for them but so far no luck. Maybe im not lookig in the right spots... Does anyone know where to buy them? Any and all help is welcome thank you

700r4 15 tooth gray drive & 41 tooth yellow driven.

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GM #1362195 41-tooth Yellow
GM #8642620 15-tooth Gray

Type those #'s + your Zip in here >> Welcome to the part locator
Several Stores show the Driven gear is available, only 2 show the Drive gear.

If you can't find exactly what you need, a Ratio Adapter may work, PATC has them.

Good luck, Todd
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I will call them first thing tomorrow. If they don't have it I will be hitting the local yards again it's been about a month since I was last there.
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Try the tranny rebuilders too !
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GM #8642620 15 tooth drive gear - grey
GM #1362195 41 tooth driven gear - yellow

According to the charts, you have:
4.10:1 diff ratio
30" tires

And yes, that 41 tooth gear seems very hard to find!

Ooops! Just noticed that SSedan64 came up with the same info.

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the after market grey 15 tooth gears are tight on the output shaft. Be careful, it is best to lightly sand the ID on the gear so it is not so tight. We had one gear split open as it was pushed on.

I have a new Delco yellow 41 tooth gear, in the box. Yep , they are pricey
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I think I might have one,(41 tooth) can look when I get home.It is used but in good shape.I've found them in Camaros & Firebirds/Tran Am's up to 1990 that have 700's in them also dually trucks an 1 tons.I know I have a gray one,its new.

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the after market grey 15 tooth gears are tight on the output shaft. Be careful, it is best to lightly sand the ID on the gear so it is not so tight. We had one gear split open as it was pushed on.

I have a new Delco yellow 41 tooth gear, in the box. Yep , they are pricey
Thanks for the heads up on the 15 tooth . I would have been pretty upset if it split in me.

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I think I might have one,(41 tooth) can look when I get home.It is used but in good shape.I've found them in Camaros & Firebirds/Tran Am's up to 1990 that have 700's in them also dually trucks an 1 tons.I know I have a gray one,its new.
Used is totally fine with me pm me if you have them please. I think I'll be hitting the junk yards this weekend to get a few things and I'll look for the gears while I'm there.
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