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Bruno from Belgium
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- Joined: Wed May 29, 2019 1:01 pm
- Location: Vosselaar-Belgium-Europe
Thank you, I found a axle!
I am looking for a drive shaft on the right for my 1915/16 Overland model 83 B.
I can also have this axle made locally here on a lathe, but if someone has one in stock and can send it tomorrow, I will have it faster.
It must certainly be the right drive shaft, because I understand that the 2 axes are not the same length.
Thank you in advance,
Bruno from Belgium,
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I would just have new ones made, even though you say it will take longer. That way you can use better quality steel and not have the same problem later. They're not that tough to make, not sure how plentiful machine shops are there, but I had a set made pretty reasonable price wise here.