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Old 06-01-2013, 09:21 PM   #1
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How to calculate what gears i have

Does anyone have that app or site I can use to determine my gears ?
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There are a few really good YouTube videos on how to do it. It's a lot easier than trying to explain it. It's not too bad to do.
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My Rear-Axle Gear Calculator came out more accurate that I expected. Just make sure you use 4th gear with a manual transmission and 3rd with an auto. Also, this depends on your speedometer being accurate--use a GPS to get an exact speed...
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My Rear-Axle Gear Calculator came out more accurate that I expected. Just make sure you use 4th gear with a manual transmission and 3rd with an auto. Also, this depends on your speedometer being accurate--use a GPS to get an exact speed...
Thanks for that cliffy
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