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    I have a couple of these drivelines made up that I'm looking to sell. I also have smaller 1"x15tooth shaft setups for 500cc less engines.

    Mini Buggy Center Drive Dune Buggy Go Kart Sandrail Driveline | eBay
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    Can't see it because i'm in Canada...
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    I like it.
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    How much hp can these hold
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    How much $$ you asking
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    Sorry I didn't see the link what spline are on them?
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    Hey sorry guys, I have them posted on both the US site and CAN site. I'll try attaching the links again. These are the same parts I used for my custom motorcycle jackshafts when a customer wanted the custom wide tire kits. I have used them on a Hayabusa wide tire bike before which is around 170hp without any problems and that was using the aluminum housing built into the swing arm. So I started these for buggy's which I feel are even more stout with the heavy steel housing. I also have a smaller style thats a 1" shaft 15tooth for smaller motorcycle powered buggy's. Otherwise the large ones are 1-3/8" 6 spline.

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    pto shaft?
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    What material are your shafts made of?

    I was twisting my 1-3/8 shafts with my GSXR 750, both 6 spline and 21 spline. One started to develop cracks when I tore it apart. These shafts were 1045. Mild heat treat didn't help.

    Need to go to something similar to 4140 in a heat treated state to handle the shock loading.
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