WINTERS 7 QC GEARS
Universal Fit, 6 Spline Count, Steel Gear Material
Winters Performance 7 Inch Quick Change Gear Sets are machined from SAE 8620 Steel and are offered in a number of different gear sets. Installation of quick change gears should be placed with shoulder facing toward gear cover bearings. Be sure to refill gear cavity with good quality gear lube after each change.
- Intended for Dwarf Racing Cars
- Intended for 7" QC Rearends
- CNC Machined
- Crown Cut
- 1 inch wide
- 6 Spline
- Available in multiple gear set
- Sold as set
Note: These gear sets will ONLY work with 7 Inch Quick Change rearends.
Gear Set Guide (PDF)
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