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    I saved a few sets of gears from the dumpster, with "CE" stamped on them. Does anybody know which drive they are for? I think they are for a Champion, but we're not sure.
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    Casale Engineering...

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    D'oh. That's a head slapper Friend I got them from said they weren't Casale, I'll have to make sure I remembered the markings correctly. Maybe they are toploader gears?
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    Take photos and call Casale..hard to know what they are. They usually have some markings like 10 degree and they usually have something to identify. But maybe they don't...if they are top loader they might not have much value...

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    If they are for regular split case stuff then if they do not have a 10* stamped on them then they are for a 12* box. I thought top loader gears were press on some how? Please someone educate me as I thought they just had a key way on them for the shaft hole.

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    I'll get some pics this weekend, I don't have them handy. I just finally remembered to ask about them and figured I'd forget if I put it off. It just seems really odd that my friend would misidentify split case gears. One set is stamped 14% and the other is 34%; 14% in particular I don't think is a normal split case ratio (9%, 12%, 15%, 18% I've seen).
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    Casale made some odd gears. Like my gears are a smooth bore with a key and have a few more total teeth then a split case.
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    The 14% gears were very popular in the square box Casale's...so that's my bet..and also the other set...of 34's..

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    No pictures yet because I'm dumb, but I looked at the gears yesterday more closely. One set has "CE" logo real clear (14%) and other has just a "C". Both sets of gears do not have splines for the shaft, it's just smooth with a keyway. The 34% gears have some odd markings, very clear it says 1.34 Ratio, but after the "C" mark is says 1.068, on both gears. The one might be an "L" but I doubt it. I was thinking maybe a tooth count, but I'm not sure. Current guess is either C500 or toploader, definitely not split case. I got totally distracted this weekend by lake related business, more announcements to come.
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    Finally got some pictures of the gears.
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