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    How to recognize a "thick" ring?

    Hi,
    I just received a new ring and pinion set.
    The brand should be Yukon but looking at the design it's probably a Richmond.
    However...

    It should be a 3.42 set for a series 2 carrier = thick ring.
    The set wasn't in the original box and there is no parts numbers.
    Is there a way to be sure it's a thick ring?
    The ratio is OK (12 x 41 teethes).
    The distance between the flat surface of the ring and the outer edge of the teethes is 31 mm or 1.22 inches. Does it help?
    There is a "64" stamped on ring + pinoin (?)

    Do you still have your stock 3.42 series 3 gears? Could you please post a pic of the ring? maybe it helps to understand.

    here a pic of mine with a pinion bolt and a new crush sleeve to compare.

    Thanks!
    Last edited by tici; 12-06-2005 at 03:15 AM.

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