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      Max2 splined axles
      Max2 splined axles

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      johnnova




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      Registered: June 2013
      Location: Southern NH
      Posts: 142
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      here are the axles that came with the project. they were in pretty rough shape when I got them and were just tossed in a metal bucket. it looks like who ever took the machine apart had a hard time. The axles were full of dents from hammering the sprockets off and bearings and were rusted up a bit. One of the axels was also broken right next to the spline where the bearing sits, that one was replaced with a new axle
      Date: Wed June 4, 2014 Views: 449
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