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Originally posted by flamo

You can't turn them Gary?



You have to set down the glass for that he is retired remember
"Life's journey is not to arrive safely at the grave, in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting, "Holy *, what a ride!"
too hard to cut the metric threads.

First thing the guy sez is "is it for a ride" , they are tuned into liability. I told him what it was for, he was Kuul. Expensive, but not as high as a vendor.
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You can't turn them Gary?
I'm there, Old, Tired, Broke and Henpecked
I decided to have 2 shafts cut via a local machine shop on cnc.
The more he makes, the cheaper it gets. He may cut them in stainless.

Anyone need any?
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Thanks to all.
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Len Soled sells SBF rides now, im sure he has or can get parts.

www.rides4u.com 
I used to get SBF parts from Rides 4 U in NJ. They had a stock of stuff there.
Kiddie Rides USA only orders from Italy but they use to sell SBF I thought.
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