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Speedway Motors 10 Spline Quick Change Gear Chart
Speedway Motors 10 Spline Quick Change Gear Chart

Speedway Motors 10 Spline Quick Change Gear Chart

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Speedway Motors now offers an extremely durable 10 spline quick change gear chart to help you determine the correct final drive ratio for your car at the track or in the shop. Includes both "Low" and "High" calculations for all gear sets ranging from 1-58 when used with 4.12, 4.57, 4.86 ring and pinion ratios.
  • Extreme durability
  • Tear, oil, and water resistant
  • Convenient and accurate
  • 10 Spline Gear Chart



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