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    Jan 2, 2010, 12:30 PM
    How do I assemble the chain drive gear on a mid 90's s&s engine with a belt primary
    How do I assemble the chain drive gear on a mid 90's s&s engine and a mid 80's transmission with a belt primary. It originally had a gear & chain primary and belt final drive. I am converting it. Not sure if I am assembling it correctly and if I have all the correct parts. Help! Thanks

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