Drive Gear & Driven Gear w/Same Tooth Count- Possible?

Drive Gear & Driven Gear w/Same Tooth Count- Possible?

Postby Casey [OP] » December 19th 2009, 4:39am

Is it possible to use a drive and driven gear in a TH350/T5 trans with the same tooth count on each gear> For instance, can I use a 19-tooth drive gear on the output shaft and a 19 tooth driven gear in the speedo housing so the speedo turns at the same rate as the mainshaft?
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