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Old 11-15-2022, 12:29 PM   #43
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Thanks for the information I have a 2004 Endeavor and need the 21 tooth spur gear Lippert # 368967 replaced by Power Gear DN13747 now obsolete and called Adobe who said they could make another for same price. Since this is near impossible to find I ordered. Hopefully this will do the trick for me as well.
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I haven't heard of Adobe. However, if they successfully make the 21 tooth gear- and in your opinion it is a successful replacement alternative- please post all details necessary so others can order as well.
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Old 11-17-2022, 11:21 AM   #45
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I stand by Adobe’s product. What they built me was a perfect fit made of hardened steel. Getting it back on the shaft while keeping the wood key thing in place was a little tricky as there was absolutely no play as it should be. It was perfectly milled to OEM specs. Anyone looking for this part should give them a call.
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Old 11-17-2022, 05:32 PM   #46
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I stand by Adobe’s product. What they built me was a perfect fit made of hardened steel. Getting it back on the shaft while keeping the wood key thing in place was a little tricky as there was absolutely no play as it should be. It was perfectly milled to OEM specs. Anyone looking for this part should give them a call.
Can you provide contact info for Adobe? Was there any specific person or contact you used? I have been unable to locate them.
Did they assign a part number to this gear? What was the cost of the part?
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Old 01-12-2023, 11:37 AM   #47
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Sorry for the late reply.
From my previous post:

Adobe Precision Gear Inc. in Carlsbad NM. They custom made us a new gear out of hardened steel that is a direct match. We sent him the specs and what was left of the old gear. We provided them with the DN13747 part number in case they wanted to make extra and sell them. Cost to us for the first one Rikki made was $284.93. Repeat customers may get a better price as he did quote me a lower number per gear if I ordered 10 but I didnt pull the trigger on that option. Good luck everyone. There number is 575-885-8322.

http://www.gears.com/

http://www.gears.com/Custom%20Parts....om/customparts

They make gears for the oil industry and have a great reputation. Turn around was 4 weeks.

- my replacement gear has been in for over 6 months now with no problems. Gear made was a perfect match.
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