Miller's Mule Adjustable Timing Gears

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Miller's Mule Adjustable Timing Gears

Postby cduffy on Mon Oct 01, 2012 11:47 am

Hi,

I need to purchase a set of adjustable timing gears for my fiat. After using a degree wheel to check/set cam timing I found that I cannot get it perfect with the OEM gears. I'm planning on purchasing them from Miller's Mule and want to know what the general opinion is of there product and whether I should purchase from them or some other vendor. I'm not finding a phone number, only a contact us form on there site which is disappoint as I would rather talk to a person at the company before I spend $250.

All thoughts, oppinions and suggestions are appreciated.

Thanks,
Carl
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Re: Miller's Mule Adjustable Timing Gears

Postby maytag on Mon Oct 01, 2012 11:51 am

a quick search of this forum with the terms "Miller's Mule Cam Gears" will net you a LOT of information.

My opinion (and what I believe is probably a forum consensus) is that Miller's Mule products tend to be very well thought-out, and just as good in their manufacture. Very high quality pieces, which will work, every time, exactly as intended.

They are not the ONLY ones producing high quality products like Adjustable Cam Gears, but you will not be disappointed if you choose to buy from them.
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Re: Miller's Mule Adjustable Timing Gears

Postby cduffy on Mon Oct 01, 2012 3:55 pm

Thanks for the post Maytag. I did some searching prior to posting my question and found Miller's Mule mentioned in many posts and only one was negative (took all summer). However the posts all seemed a bit dated and I wanted to check current oppinion before making a purchase.
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Re: Miller's Mule Adjustable Timing Gears

Postby sptcoupe on Mon Oct 01, 2012 4:18 pm

I have his cam pulleys and all the other aluminum pulleys he makes (crank, aux, etc) and flywheel on the coupes new (goes in this weekend) motor, and have used him for similar parts on the last two engines. Buy with confidence - not one issue, and quality of work is top shelf.
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Re: Miller's Mule Adjustable Timing Gears

Postby 131 on Mon Oct 01, 2012 4:48 pm

I've got a set of Jason's adjustable cam gears, very nice workmanship, you won't be disappointed.
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Re: Miller's Mule Adjustable Timing Gears

Postby cduffy on Mon Oct 01, 2012 9:09 pm

Thanks everyone for your responses. Looks like Miller's Mule it will be. :D
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