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Old Nov 12th, 12, 07:22 PM
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I believe I have a M-20 in my 67' Still decoding, but I need the new plastic gears inside that control the speedo cable. Both are so worn the speedo is jumping. Can someone recommed a good site for parts, and the proper name for the part?

Thanks as usual. G
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Old Nov 13th, 12, 04:00 AM
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Here's a start: I received a manual from Jody's Transmission
Circle gear for the shaft, pencil gear for the speedo.
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Old Nov 13th, 12, 10:44 AM
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There is the Speedo drive gear that is on the shaft and then there is the speedometer driven gear which you can pull out and sits in the bullet/housing which is attached to the cable.

Here is a good resource: http://chevelleengineer.home.comcast...eer/speedo.htm

The speedometer driven gear comes in different sizes depending on rear end etc. You can get that from local Chevy dealer, I got one in a day.


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I believe I have a M-20 in my 67' Still decoding, but I need the new plastic gears inside that control the speedo cable. Both are so worn the speedo is jumping. Can someone recommed a good site for parts, and the proper name for the part?

Thanks as usual. G
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Old Nov 13th, 12, 11:03 AM
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Here is the gear that sits on the shaft:
http://www.thegearbox.org/catalog/it...82/3547889.htm

Here is the driven gear that sits in the housing that connects to speedo cable.
http://www.thegearbox.org/catalog/it...82/3697857.htm
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Old Nov 14th, 12, 06:25 PM
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Make sure use the correct speedo driven gear with the correct OD corresponding speedo drive gear for longevity.
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