rear wheel differential driveshaft

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    albertaduke former airline pilot without the big bucks

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    I guess not too many have seen the inside of the hub connected to the wheel well my cheap camera in hand I took a pic, and that is what I saw after splitting the case DSCN0837.JPG DSCN0836.JPG DSCN0837.JPG DSCN0836.JPG .
     
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    That looks a lot better than my one :eek:

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    Looks like a BSA A65 frame there.
     
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    As I build for the 70's Classic bikes (along with the Rocket of coarse) I have the various "bikes" that I build for in the workshop.
    I have a T140 Bonneville.
    T150 Trident.
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    A75 as above, I put the T160 with the T150 head on it in the A75 Chassis.
    And a Norton Commando.
    These are just empty Engines and chassis but perfect to build an accurate Exhaust System on.

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    Paul, that second shot is beautiful..is that your spread?
     
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    Yea' I have two acres here, it's hard having to look out the window and see this whilst working ! :)
     
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    albertaduke former airline pilot without the big bucks

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    probably the proverbial sheep flock treat them good and they will repay in kind:laugh:
     
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    Me :D
    On a Ride On mower, which just crapped out :(
     
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