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Genuine Gear Ring & Pinion ??????

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Supreme70, May 13, 2005.

  1. Supreme70

    Supreme70 1/2 ton status

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    anybody ever use this brand of ring and pinion sets, was wondering if they are any good, is Percision gear better???? :confused:
     
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    Precision Gear is the best, but I've had no problems with my genuine gear sets. plus, the genuine has the lifetime breakage guarantee
     
  3. Supreme70

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    would percision gears be worth the little extra, im loocking inot getting a new set of gears but I dont want any problems. So just wondering if Genuine is worth a **** for the money.
     
  4. Hossbaby50

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    I have Genuine Gears in my 14bff with no problems yet. Genuine Gears are the bottom of the barrel basically. Take at least one step up the ladder in my opinion. If I had the money when I did my 14bff I would have stepped up but I need to get it in and done so I bought the cheap stuff. Get the good stuff if you can.

    Harley
     
  5. K5MONSTERCHEV

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    Genuine Gear, AKA 4 Wheel Parts special? There crap. I would go with an OEM gearset, Sierra Gear or U.S. gear, thats what we use at work.
     

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