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Old 02-26-2024, 05:16 PM   #1
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Sorry, I posted this twice by mistake.

Both cluster gears below have a tooth count of 28-24-18-24 and a 16 tooth gear. Both are 6.59 in. long and have a 1.125 bore for the bearings and spacer.

I have Mr. Van Pelt's book but am confused as to what the correct part numbers are for each of these gears shown below. Tooth count on both clusters is 28-24-18-14 with 16 tooth gear. Each is 6.59 inches long. Both have 1.125 bore for the bearings. As you can see the gear on the left has the raised protrusions and the gear on the right is flat with 4 milled slots.

I have the feeling that both these gears are interchangeable if you use the correct thrust washers for each.

QUESTION: What is the correct part number for each of these clusters and in what vehicles are they used? The GREEN BIBLE doesn't show photos so it's hard to tell which gear is which.
QUESTION: Are they interchangeable?
I am spending this week trying to learn about the innards of transmissions.
Thank for your help. Jim
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