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Just picked up a speedometer gear and it is considerably smaller..not the shaft but the grear part. I bought this 35 tooth (orange) but it is smaller and I am no sure if this will work or fit right? the (Red is stock / 41) ....Is this the right gear?
I have 2.5L 1995 YJ.....33 tires
 

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Good question... I just switched mine out and they were pretty much the same size, just different number of teeth. Where'd you get it?
 

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Good question... I just switched mine out and they were pretty much the same size, just different number of teeth. Where'd you get it?
From ebay, here is the auction number.... 390487830930

I notice that you have to turn the sensor according to the number markings on the part that bolts into the transfer case. I think the size is correct but I am wondering about installing it.
 

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Stick it in there and see if it fits/works.

I got mine from Quadratrac and like I said, it was almost identical in size(diameter and length) just had different number of teeth. Switched them out in about 5 min.
 

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The differences are teeth, and the length of your assembly.

I believe you have a gear you can use; but I could not tell you if it is the right number of teeth if that is what you are asking.

It depends on what your gear ratio is too.

If stock, then you are probably good, mine has the 4.10 and 33" tires and with that gear it was only off about 1mph per my gps.
 

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The differences are teeth, and the length of your assembly.

I believe you have a gear you can use; but I could not tell you if it is the right number of teeth if that is what you are asking.

It depends on what your gear ratio is too.

If stock, then you are probably good, mine has the 4.10 and 33" tires and with that gear it was only off about 1mph per my gps.
Ya, I see that you actually have to twist the sensor to a position like in this photo 32-38 tooth. I think this is the right size and how the smaller gear is lined up

Oh, I know its a 35 tooth for this ration.4:10,33 tires. My stock one is so way off 1 would be fine.
 

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Yup, thats how its done.

Three minutes from removal, adjustment, and cleaning up the slight spill.

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