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Old 11-23-2010, 06:13 PM   #1
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Im in the middle of a project and I was wondering if someone knows the correct gear ratio for the TXT-1 axle alone. I tried to compute for it and I get 2.1 : 1 but not sure if that is correct. I tried to search the forum which mostly hits only for tranny gear ratio. This make it even more confusing cause now I'm not sure how the 34 : 1 ratio will be achieve if the axle gear ratio I've computed is 2.1 : 1. Hope someone can shed some light

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Old 11-24-2010, 12:49 AM   #2
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Im in the middle of a project and I was wondering if someone knows the correct gear ratio for the TXT-1 axle alone. I tried to compute for it and I get 2.1 : 1 but not sure if that is correct. I tried to search the forum which mostly hits only for tranny gear ratio. This make it even more confusing cause now I'm not sure how the 34 : 1 ratio will be achieve if the axle gear ratio I've computed is 2.1 : 1. Hope someone can shed some light

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The Axles are indeed 2:1 that is an easy one to figure out I have heard that the final reduction with 15t pinions is 34:1
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Old 11-24-2010, 06:48 AM   #3
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Thanks for confirming this....2 project in the process of completing and this info will help a lot...
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Old 12-03-2010, 09:05 AM   #4
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Ya, the axle ratio is 2:1, the trans is 17:1 with 15 t pinions..
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Old 12-04-2010, 09:55 AM   #5
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Egressor used to sell a 4:1 conversion for the diffs......I've got two sitting on my shelf in the garage!
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Egressor used to sell a 4:1 conversion for the diffs......I've got two sitting on my shelf in the garage!
Jeremy,

You have a PM

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Old 02-26-2011, 11:09 AM   #7
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Yeah, you're right, axle gear ratio is 1:2,1 not 1:2,0

Check it: Gear ratio of the txt axle?
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What did the reduction used to go for? I found the gears in 303 stainless with hub for $17 each for the 40t and $15 for the 12t pinion also in stainless. Both are module 1 metric gears. If someone could preceisely measure the diameter of their gears to confirm these are correct, I will post links.

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What did the reduction used to go for? I found the gears in 303 stainless with hub for $17 each for the 40t and $15 for the 12t pinion also in stainless. Both are module 1 metric gears. If someone could preceisely measure the diameter of their gears to confirm these are correct, I will post links.

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I think I paid $65 for mine
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Old 04-11-2011, 12:13 PM   #10
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What did the reduction used to go for? I found the gears in 303 stainless with hub for $17 each for the 40t and $15 for the 12t pinion also in stainless. Both are module 1 metric gears. If someone could preceisely measure the diameter of their gears to confirm these are correct, I will post links.

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So the 40T w/Hub is meant to drive TXT-1 inner axles shafts?

If so what is your source - I would LOVE to get some!

Also the diameter should be the same as others - if it is a 40t Mod 1 gear then the 40t and the Mod 1 gear specification will ensure the diameters are the same.
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