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    Thanks all, I tried out this solution but it needs some work to make it fit, the issue is that banjo fouls the gear on the feed reverser. I can mill 1/2" ARC out of the banjo and that should allow the gears to mesh again. Pictures attached.

    I also tried using the 48T as the stud and the 24T as the QCGB drive , it's closer but still fouls the banjo in the same place.

    Anyone have any other idea's?
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    hmmm, yes, a logistics problem there.

    the factory metric kit was all 16DP so it would all fit.

    There should be no issue with GPs suggestion tho? 24stud to 80idler to 48lead?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westie View Post
    Thanks all, I tried out this solution but it needs some work to make it fit, the issue is that banjo fouls the gear on the feed reverser. I can mill 1/2" ARC out of the banjo and that should allow the gears to mesh again. Pictures attached.

    I also tried using the 48T as the stud and the 24T as the QCGB drive , it's closer but still fouls the banjo in the same place.

    Anyone have any other idea's?
    img_20190715_203020.jpgimg_20190715_201759.jpgimg_20190715_201208.jpg

    Just got back from hols, so finished this project off. The final solution was to shorten the banjo, I cut about 2.5" off, then made a small block to close of the open arms and fixed it with a set screw. The gear-train all links up fine now whether using the 64T or the 48T gear driving the QCGB, as described by Genepool


    The only minor inconvenience is that I can't close the gear cover with the 48T in place as the 63/80 compound gear sits much higher.

    Thanks for all your help, I'd have struggled without it!


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