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Bevel Gear Question

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Bought a broken G&G M14 from someone for cheap. As soon as I opened the gear box I found out that the bevel gear was snapped in half and under load the bottom half was spinning (Don't like the G&G bevel gears). I ordered a SHS 32:1 Gear set and when the gears arrived got here I realized that I need a half tooth piston to run them.

 

Now my question is, can I just use the bevel gear from the 32:1 set with the stock G&G sector and spur gear? If I'm not mistaken all bevels are the same and the change in ratio comes from the sector gear? I am ordering a half tooth piston but, I wanted to open it up again and fix it before I play this weekend. Not new to working on airsoft gearboxes but, I have never tried to use a pieced together gear set.

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No you will not beable to use 18:1 gears (standard) with high Torque or speed gears, they wont mesh properly and you will either have a jamned gearbox or a Catastrpohic failue resulting in broken Gear(s) and or piston. High torque gears have more teeth then standard torque...

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