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14 May 2024 22:46 #1 by Warren Hampton
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The thing with S steel is toe in and toe out shimming.

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14 May 2024 22:43 #2 by Warren Hampton
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Forney did the workup for the spring steel gear. I have a set here from an M10 Moony. The M10 owner went back to the trailing gear! '66 A2 has spring Steel gear my '67 had them. I loved them. I am thinking Alon started sell both in '66 but with a little filing spring gear bolted up to my 415E.

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14 May 2024 10:43 #3 by Larry Snyder
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The later Alons went with a spring steel gear but I don’t know when they did that. Kind of weird looking…

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14 May 2024 10:24 #4 by Matt Gunsch
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there were only 2 changes, early pre-way coupes had gear that was welded up from tubing and mounted on the front of the spar, the post war coupes had the cast aluminum upper and lower legs and mounted on the rear of the spar.

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14 May 2024 09:34 #5 by Edward Woerle
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Does anyone know the serial number where the trailing link gear was changed?

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