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PostSubject: Shaft pricing and vendors   Fri Jan 10, 2014 3:36 am

Shaft pricing?

Transaxle 122419x.  I need a pair of axle shafts.  Sears parts direct has them for $80 +Sh each.  I didnt see any on ebay.

Is there any other site that sells stock or possibly aftermarket stuff (long shot) that i need to be aware of?  Or is it just go OEM and dont look back?
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PostSubject: Re: Shaft pricing and vendors   Fri Jan 10, 2014 4:14 am

Nevermind, i found some on amazon that are OEM shafts. Only 2 new in stock, woohoo. $60 a pop instead of $80, much better. Get em around next thursday... Now il have 2 brand new ones, and a good spare to carry with. A spare axle shaft is one of the marks of a real wheelin rig. Sad times until then. At least i picked up a new RC kit to build into something ive always wanted. I guess i get a little break from the mower until i get some shafts. I might as well order my pully now too since im waiting. And darn, i just got sparkplugs, a muffler, and am ready to measure for the belt... I just dont want to put the trans back together without new shafts. Waiting waiting waiting...
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PostSubject: Re: Shaft pricing and vendors   Fri Jan 10, 2014 5:22 am

Man i just busted out the plastic.... Its so easy to spend money out of your account when you dont need cash...

Anyone want some DWT MRX-V3 18x10x8s, brand new, il give someone a great deal on em. $80 for the pair, plus shipping.
These.
http://www.amazon.com/DOUGLAS-WHEEL-Tire-18X10-8-MXR-V3-402/dp/B008BYR5VO/ref=sr_1_fkmr1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1389349103&sr=8-1-fkmr1&keywords=mrx+v3+dwt

Turns out its not going to work how i wanted. They would make great rears for a smaller romper. Tread lugs are gnarly.

I ordered 2 new rear shafts and 2 chinese 21x7x8in front tires. The ones on the Tao Tao atvs. Found a pair for pretty dang cheap, shipping was more than the tires... lol.
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