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Old March 23rd, 2010, 05:48 PM   #1
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Default Cj-7 chevy t-case Help!!!

I have a 1984 CJ-7 with a Chevy drivetrain, 205 t-case, and dana 70's with 4.88 gears, and 35" mud terrains. Does anyone know if their is a speedo gear I can get to get the right speed on my speedometer or if their is a company I can go to and get one? Thanks for any help its much appericiated!!!
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I have a 1984 CJ-7 with a Chevy drivetrain, 205 t-case, and dana 70's with 4.88 gears, and 35" mud terrains. Does anyone know if their is a speedo gear I can get to get the right speed on my speedometer or if their is a company I can go to and get one? Thanks for any help its much appericiated!!!
Used to be a place around Telegraph and 6-mile called Bob's Speedo shop (I think). You would probably have to get a little converter box made to adjust the the speedo.
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quadratech.com it's a jeep magazine that actually has different speedo gears with a chart for size of tire and gearing to help.
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Is it the same as a jeep... I didn't think it was?
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I'm pretty sure that they had them for all vehicles in there.I don't have a catalog anymore the wife threw it away.
Another option is to swap out the speedo in the dash.
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