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3:36 gears for an 05

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3:36 gears for an 05
Fri Jun 12, 2009 3:00 pm


Does anybody know where to get a set of 3:36 gears for an 05 rear end. I have the case and just need the gears. I called Norris and they don't have any. Does that mean there are none to be had or is there another source?

Thank You Wayne
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Re: 3:36 gears for an 05
Fri Jun 12, 2009 4:03 pm


Wayne, anyone that sells Rockwell gears can get it for you the pinon is the hard part.Talk to Jim he got one from a place in Denver several years ago he was complaining about the price.Also call Gary at B&B in Vegas he
knows of places to get it.
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Re: 3:36 gears for an 05
Sat Jun 13, 2009 9:27 am


I got my 3.73 from Jefferson. Had Drive Train in Denver install them and also go through the drop box. Drive train could have gotten the gears at the time from Meterior (sp?), but I chose to give the business to Jefferson since the price was about the same and they support the Eagle community.

Wayne, did you confirm that the 3.36 gears will fit in the 3.73 housing/pumpkin.

Also, Clifford, someone mentioned that you were working on a 3.08 set. Was that the ring and pinion or did you line someone up to make the drop box a slight overdrive?

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Re: 3:36 gears for an 05
Sun Jun 14, 2009 6:40 pm


Wayne,
When I got mine in January, John Silver at Central Bus in Lakeland, Fl. had a couple.

Best,

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Re: 3:36 gears for an 05
Mon Jun 15, 2009 9:27 am


Wayne,
I think Jim questioned checking the 3:36 will fit the 05/3:73 housing. When I had the M11 installed, I went from 3:73 to 3:36 in the original housing.
By the way, I have a set of the 3:73 gears that is less than a year old running time. It is the set I had installed in 2006 when I went through 3 differentials in one year. This is the last (new) set installed just before repower.
Just to let you (and others) know.
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Started in 1996 and still an in-progress hobby.
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Re: 3:36 gears for an 05
Tue Jun 23, 2009 9:04 am


Wayne and others looking for the 3:36 gears

Pro Gear in Orlando FL 407-872- 1901 they have it in stock

good luck

Clifford
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Re: 3:36 gears for an 05
Tue Jun 23, 2009 9:25 am


Clifford,give A-1 diesel in music city 615.824.4230 a call.I might be wrong (been a year)think his name was Dave.good luck
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Re: 3:36 gears for an 05
Wed Mar 24, 2010 8:48 am


Thank You all for your help. Byron got a unit from Jefferson and is being shipped as we speak. Will let you know how things progress.

Thank You Wayne

Sorry I posted this in the wrong place somehow
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