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Old 02-18-2004, 01:46 PM   #1
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Default Moser 12 bolt - broke posi

I broke the spider gears in the Eaton Posi. Can the posi units be rebuilt or do I need to just buy a new one? If they can be rebuilt anyone know of anyone good to send it off to? What can be done to make these stronger?

I had 10-12 full spider teath laying in the bottom of the carrier.

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yes, they are rebuildable. you shoule be able to buy the parts from eaton or one of the site sponsers that sell 12 bolts. You could probably get the posi cryo treated to help some but with the times your running it's probably time for a spool or locker. Any reputable gear shop in your area should be able to rebuild the eaton for you.
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