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Speed Patrol Gears

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Topic: Speed Patrol Gears
Posted By: 1955allisca
Subject: Speed Patrol Gears
Date Posted: 27 Jul 2014 at 10:33pm
I know that RC gears will slow down a WC but seems like half the people ya talk to say that speed patrol gears will do the same and the other half say they are the same as a WC. Does anybody know for a fact that they are slower or has anybody put one in a WC puller?

Posted By: MNLonnie
Date Posted: 27 Jul 2014 at 11:03pm
The instruction manual for a Speed Patrol shows speeds from 2.5-9 mph and 2 mph in reverse, the exact same as any WC.

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Posted By: Larry(OH)
Date Posted: 28 Jul 2014 at 5:23am
Mine is slower that I installed.  It came from a Speed Patrol.  Now, my 2nd is just about the same as 1st gear with a stock WC rear end.  I do not remember the ratio but I am thinking a stock rear is about a 4.4 and this is around a 6.6 and a "picker" ring and pinion option is around 7.2...  I have all this written down someplace at home, but after moving a few years ago it will be a search.

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Posted By: 1955allisca
Date Posted: 28 Jul 2014 at 11:44am
Thanks for your replies I guess the best option would be just to check the gear ratio on one before purchasing it

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