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1 3/4 Mogul mag gear


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Old 06-08-2010, 03:23:50 PM
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Default 1 3/4 Mogul mag gear

I did a search first and found nothing yet so my question is how many teeth should the mag gear have for this engine?
Thank you in advance for any and all answers.
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I am new to this website and just saw your request. I have a 1 3/4 hp Mogle which I have had for about 30 years and it is a great conversation piece. It draws many lookers at shows ect. My Mogle has some back lash on the cam gear which makes a knocking sound when it is running but it has been this way ever sence I have had it. As for the number of teeth for the mag. gear my engines are stored in my shop 2 miles from my house so I can't tell you right now but tomorrow I will count them and let you know.
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Default Re: 1 3/4 Mogul mag gear

the 1 & 1 3/4 take the same mag gear. it is a 32 tooth gear. i have repros.
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I counted the teeth on my 1 3/4 hp Mogul this morning There are 36 teeth.
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Default Re: 1 3/4 Mogul mag gear

OOPS, I see a discrepency on how many teeth it should have.
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The 1 hp has 32 teeth ! The 1 3/4 and 2 1/2 both have 36teeth I have made a big bunch of them over the years . mitch
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