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Old 05-02-2015, 08:28 PM
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Long time ago there was a fellow on one of the forums, who modified his rear axles to be slip fit bearings, so it just fell apart when the big nut comes off....

I think he was a racer to boot.....but can't remember the handle....

said he was doing that for years....

anyone any comments??

mine are slip fit, 36 vintage races and no issues
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It was pointed out to me that I was damn lucky I didn't have a slip fit or that wheel would have surely left through the rear quarter panel.
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Old 05-04-2015, 12:01 PM
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It was pointed out to me that I was damn lucky I didn't have a slip fit or that wheel would have surely left through the rear quarter panel.
UMMMM......my mouse motor comment stands.......
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