posted August 26, 2003 07:47 AM
The best way is to pull the center section out and count the teeth on the ring and pinion. Divide the ring by the pinion teeth. For example if the pinion = 10 and the ring =41 the ratio = 4.10:1. Based on the numbers you site for the pinion rotation make this a 1.25:1 gear and that does not make sense, to me at least. rotate the tire 1 turn again and verify the pinion rotation.
posted August 26, 2003 11:57 AM
dirtbandit, you've got some spider gears in there turning and throwing you off. pull the pumpkin out and count the teeth.
posted August 26, 2003 02:37 PM
Turn your hub two times for a non-locking rear and count revolutions of the yoke. Sounds like a 2.50 or possibly a 2.75.
posted August 26, 2003 04:14 PM
Jeez just get one wheel locked solid turn then turn it.
posted August 26, 2003 04:40 PM
figured out that it is a 2.47.....not what I was hoping....oh well have to get the gear now.