I have put my speedometer cable in my truck, and it seems that it is about 10 miles from accurate, I was wondering if there is any way to ajust the speed,
Got a list that is for tires larger than 30"? I only found tire sizes between 26" and 30", though I can derive from that what the correct number would be for my tire size-gear combinationTaZMaNiaK said:There's different tooth counts depending on your gears and tire size.
If you email me your snail mail address, I will send you a copy of the parts book that shows all the tire sizes and pinions. This list will be from a 86-87 parts book but should be the same for all years from the early 80's on up through the early 90's. There are too many pages to email.santak said:well, I know a formula:
new tire size x new pinion gear = old tire size x old pinion gear
I was just curious if there was a way to get the new pinion gearing w/o having to pull my current one first