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PostSubject: Speedometer pinion gear   Mon Nov 12, 2018 4:58 pm

Hi CCC,

I have the original 3.31 rear end gears with the a488 transmission — nut need to get the right speedometer pinion gear — my speedometer reads about 30% too fast.

The adaptors from PATC work well, but the angle is too extreme for the cable and it breaks after a few hundred miles. A 90 degree one could work — but needs to be custom speed reduction.

Does anyone have a line on speedometer pinions for a Torqueflite A488 or a custom 90 degree speedometer adaptor?

Thanks in advance all!
Happy motoring.
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PostSubject: Re: Speedometer pinion gear   Thu Nov 15, 2018 1:42 pm

James Rawa should be able to help. you will have to find him on facebook because he gets really busy and isnt on here too much

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