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Old 12-01-2019, 03:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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The threads that hold the drive sprocket broke off. I've search for new one but the price of $234 to $500 is a little high! So I was searching around the forum here and got thinking. If I machined off the rest of the threads then Drill & Tap the end for a grade 8 bolt that should work. Let you all know how it goes. Click image for larger version

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Maybe my monitor but it looks like the splines are twisted?
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The threads that hold the drive sprocket broke off. I've search for new one but the price of $234 to $500 is a little high! So I was searching around the forum here and got thinking. If I machined off the rest of the threads then Drill & Tap the end for a grade 8 bolt that should work. Let you all know how it goes. Attachment 218776
I may have one in a box of parts that I could sell you at a good price if you need it. My bike doesn’t have a transfer case anymore (used to be a drag bike), but I think I think most of the internal parts came in a box with the bike.

Let me know if you’re interested and I’ll check if I have what you need.
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Your old would presumably be a stock '02 shaft so would be the same as Eberwein's '03 stock shaft. Convenient!

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I may have one in a box of parts that I could sell you at a good price if you need it. My bike doesnít have a transfer case anymore (used to be a drag bike), but I think I think most of the internal parts came in a box with the bike.

Let me know if youíre interested and Iíll check if I have what you need.
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Alright, so I jut checked and I have it. Looks brand new. Let me know if you are interested and we surely can work something out.
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