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Old 8 Feb 2018, 03:40 (Ref:3799454)   #1
Mr Brim
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Hewland Mk 9 gears

I recently bought a job lot of Hewland Mk 9 gears and in amongst the gears were two sets with 6 drive dogs, rather than the typical 8. There are no manufacturers marking to help identify them. I've spoken to a couple of race transmission companies (Holinger, Quaife, etc.) but they could not help me identify them either. Can anyone help me identify who manufactured these gears and what they were intended for. Thanks.
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