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    sorry man do you mean the bearing carrier behind the hub that holds the wheel or do you mean up by the frame where the rear sprocket is? sorry.
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    the original setup had a splined shaft through the main sprocket and the cv's attached to it
    the previous owner took out the splined shaft and put a keyway in
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dannyc View Post
    sorry man do you mean the bearing carrier behind the hub that holds the wheel or do you mean up by the frame where the rear sprocket is? sorry.
    The inner hubs that would connect to your center shaft (where the u-joints would be connected)
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    Not sure what ya mean, here is the original, let me know which part. I know you don't mean the hub that holds the rim

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    I went and got u joints last night to copy your setup on the build you posted
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    I finally got drive shaft installed they are huge and look to be able to take a beating. best part they fit perfectly in the Carter GTR
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    I need to change the title of this thread to PLS HELP NEED MOTOR LOL
    Any ideas or tips would be great. It HAS TO BE AUTOMATIC!!
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    4 stroke snowmobile engines like the Yamaha Phazer are popular for automatic buggies, and should be more available in Canada.
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    Are we talking older sleds or do you mean the newer style Phazer? I am on a (gasp) budget

    Would a predator 420cc from Harbour freight cut it with a torque converter?
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