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GTR Rear end to 3 wheels

I'm making my rear end in to a 3 wheeler and need to know the drive shaft specs

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Check with manufacture of conversion

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Need more information than you are giving. Please be more specific.

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Go to this site guy is good at explaining things and has a whole array of photos.... http://www.gadgetjq.com/reartireoff.htm

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Go to the page at the link below and you will find a diagram of a KX750 rear wheel and all parts there in. As to the actual size of the spacer once you ID it, that is not listed in any manual, just the part number. If you are missing something you can do a used part search on google to possibly find what you need or contact a local cycle salvage.

Here is the link. All the parts on the chain driven model were the same from 1980-83.

http://www.bikebandit.com/houseofmotorcycles/1980-kawasaki-750-standard-4-kz750e1-us/o/m3256#sch41526

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