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BF 750 Bevel gears in Teryx???

Anybody ever put a set of BF 750 bevel gears in a Teryx for higher top speeds? I know they are higher speeded than Teryx and I know they will fit.

It appears you could also put a set of Teryx bevel gears in a BF 750 to get lower gearing for mud racing or large tires.


When we get a chance we are going to try it.

FYI, not talking about tranny gears talking bevel gears



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Anybody ever put a set of BF 750 bevel gears in a Teryx for higher top speeds? I know they are higher speeded than Teryx and I know they will fit.

It appears you could also put a set of Teryx bevel gears in a BF 750 to get lower gearing for mud racing or large tires.


When we get a chance we are going to try it.

FYI, not talking about tranny gears talking bevel gears
With a vfj clutch it really gives you plenty of gearing overall without having to put more strain on the already very strained high/reverse but if you already have a machined clutch and want even more top speed then yes this will do... Should put you around 86mph at 9200rpm with a machined clutch as that is what my 840 brute would do and thats the gearing you will have.
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the 840 wont pull 86 mph will it?even with the modded clutch....
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Guess I'm slow, was thinking more about Teryx in BF though for a lower gear option



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With a vfj clutch it really gives you plenty of gearing overall without having to put more strain on the already very strained high/reverse but if you already have a machined clutch and want even more top speed then yes this will do... Should put you around 86mph at 9200rpm with a machined clutch as that is what my 840 brute would do and thats the gearing you will have.
I dont think you will see the same results,since the Teryx weights 800lbs more
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I'm pretty sure he meant theoretically or if you had enough power to push it



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would a 30 shot give it the needed power to get there?theoretically speaking!!!
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I know that this thread is 7 months old but if you or anybody is still looking to do this swap, I have an '09 Brute 750 and am wanting the Teryx bevel gears and would be willing to make an even trade.
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