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    teds shaft

    can I use teds mid shaft with leaving the mid wall in?


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    No the Teds shaft sets the bearing back 2" I guess if you use a 30" D-shaft and no 2" extension it would work,

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    No the Teds shaft sets the bearing back 2" I guess if you use a 30" D-shaft and no 2" extension it would work,

    Would it? I think that would put the location of the midwall further back.

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    Ted makes the shaft in both lengths.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke View Post
    Ted makes the shaft in both lengths.
    I wonder if he could shorten my shaft so I can keep my mid wall?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cliff0413 View Post
    I wonder if he could shorten my shaft so I can keep my mid wall?
    If you get the longer one from Ted you don't have to do anything with the midwall. I've just completed 2 with the midshaft in stock location and Ted's driveshaft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke View Post
    If you get the longer one from Ted you don't have to do anything with the midwall. I've just completed 2 with the midshaft in stock location and Ted's driveshaft.
    I have the long shaft how are you getting it to work are you sliding the motor forward more?

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    why are you guys leaving the mid wall in place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cliff0413 View Post
    I have the long shaft how are you getting it to work are you sliding the motor forward more?
    No

    Quote Originally Posted by Insanediego Joe View Post
    why are you guys leaving the mid wall in place?
    I just leave the area around the midshaft bearing intact so there is no need to make an L bracket. Easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke View Post



    I just leave the area around the midshaft bearing intact so there is no need to make an L bracket. Easier.
    That definitely saves time and is easier. Hindsight being 20/20, I should have done this method, but my L-Bracket serves as an intake grate reinforced mount as well.

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