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Electronic Driven Speedometer
The ONLY way to determine the correct tooth count needed for the E3 gear (second large gear) is to remove and count the teeth on your old gear. The outside of the gear will have 48 teeth. Remove and count the smaller underside of the gear.
G-Wagen Electronic Three Odometer Gear Set
G-Wagen Electronic Three Odometer Gear Set


$65.00
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There are three tooth count options for this application in the US. E3 gear has 48 teeth on the outside and then either 12, 16 or 17 teeth on the underside gear, original gear is amber in color. (Must count teeth on original gear before ordering). {If you cannot count the teeth on the main gear then count the teeth of the next gear that it meshes with. If your tooth count is 39=48x21, 41=48x19, 42=48x18, 43=48x17, 44=48x16, 45=48x15, 46=48x14, 47=48x13, 48=48x12}
G-Wagen Electronic Individual Odometer Gears
G-Wagen Electronic Individual Odometer Gears


$25.00
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E1 gear is always the 12 tooth drive gear, E2 is always the second gear 48x12 with flat back, E3 gear has 48 teeth on the outside and then between 12 and 21 teeth on the underside gear, original gear is amber in color. (Must count teeth on original gear before ordering). {If you cannot count the teeth on the main gear then count the teeth of the next gear that it meshes with. If your tooth count is 39=48x21, 41=48x19, 42=48x18, 43=48x17, 44=48x16, 45=48x15, 46=48x14, 47=48x13, 48=48x12}
Mechanical Speedometer
G-Wagen Mechanical Odometer Gear
G-Wagen Mechanical Odometer Gear


$25.00
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Cable Driven Speedometer: There are potentially two gears that can go bad. First is the gear on the side of the speedometer. If your gear is metal then you will not need this gear. If it is plastic inspect closely where the shaft comes through the gear as there will generally be a hairline crack and the gear must fit tight.
G-Wagen Mechanical Odometer Lead Gear
G-Wagen Mechanical Odometer Lead Gear


$25.00
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Cable Driven Speedometer: Second is the lead gear on the same rail. Check to make sure it is tight on the shaft. Using a small screwdriver, see if it spins on the shaft. If it does, you should replace this gear as well. There are three sizes. All you need to do is measure the overall thickness. Sizes are nominal