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Old 05-25-2005, 06:03 PM
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Yep
I spend a lot of my time there these days. Most of whats listed are 1.87 gear ratio's, lots of small shaft, fleetmaster, torquemaster etc.
There just doesnt seem to be a lot of 300x's stuff around.
My next questions are going to be what the effect of a gear ratio change will be and or how much are gear sets to change out.

I have money in hand and would really like a set of spares, if I could find a set for 4k I would be on it.
Spend more time on there ..I see em all the time ..Talk to wildman or rl theyll find you something
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Thanks
Ill keep on it.
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