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Old 10-11-2010, 10:12 PM
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Default WTB: Square Toothed Crank Gear

Part 928 105 125 03

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I'm looking for a New square toothed crank gear.

It doesn't seem like these are easily available anymore (besides used, which I would rather avoid for this part). If you have one, or know where I might find one, please let me know.

Thank you,
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I would suggest to call 928 INTL and buy a used set of the round tooth gears then you will have the latest belt system of course this also means a new or used oil pump and cam gears
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I bought a new set of gears a month ago from Jeannie with out a problem.
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Originally Posted by blown 87 View Post
I bought a new set of gears a month ago from Jeannie with out a problem.
Early car square teeth?

As far as I know, the crank gear for a square tooth design belt disappeared about 10 years ago.

I've got some really nice used ones....but haven't seen a new one in years.
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Early car square teeth?

As far as I know, the crank gear for a square tooth design belt disappeared about 10 years ago.

I've got some really nice used ones....but haven't seen a new one in years.
87 S4 was what it was for.
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I would suggest to call 928 INTL and buy a used set of the round tooth gears then you will have the latest belt system of course this also means a new or used oil pump and cam gears
Besides being "the latest" is there any difference between the belts except for the tooth shape?
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As Greg says NLA for a while now.
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Originally Posted by GlenL View Post
Besides being "the latest" is there any difference between the belts except for the tooth shape?
Only the manufacturer would know, for sure, but the round tooth design belt is designed for higher tension and higher loads, so you'd have to guess it has different materials.
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Glen the round tooth belt has a better ability to transfer torque,
it runs cooler ,
it reduces wear,
it has good credit,
it has more horse power
it makes friends faster,
it cleans up well ,
it prefers Pepsie over Coke,
it recuces friction,
it can be used to verify old computer formulas...
And it can also be used syncronize the cams and crank and oil pump on a 928 engine
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it makes friends faster
Can I get it in red? Or yellow?

Sometimes I find my polemics tiresome. I still don't like to see the high cost (or "high cost") of 928 ownership magnified by marginally beneficial and unnecessary part swaps or work.
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sorry they dont make it in those colors but you can have in any color as long as its black. ..........or blue
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Early car square teeth?

As far as I know, the crank gear for a square tooth design belt disappeared about 10 years ago.

I've got some really nice used ones....but haven't seen a new one in years.
Yeah, I had a suspicion it was long gone. I had a slight hope that there might be some stuck away on a shelf somewhere - but after two days of calling around the country I have no leads.
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