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02-13-2006 06:34 AM

The last 3 or 4 sets of Richmond gears i have installed have been terrible to get the correct pattern on. Matter of fact the last 2 sets never came up right on the cost side no matter what i did... The US gears were very nice and reminded me of the Richmond's when they first came out...

I personally like the Precision gears. Given the 2 choices you have i would go with the US gears...

02-13-2006 04:26 AM
US Gear or Richmond?

Time to buy the parts to assemble my 12 bolt rearend.
2 Different gear vendors available from my parts guy I just want to know which is the better choice.
Gears will be 3:73's going into a 3 series eaton posi.
Richmond or US Gear?

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