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lbayorkie
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November 22, 2019 - 1:48 pm
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I am looking for a new drive for my 1950 Rigid- which has the smaller 1/2 inch diameter spindle.

I have noticed one for sale, could anyone identify it as a driver for a small diameter spindle? The actual design looks just right but it may be that the same design was produced with holes for the 9/16 as well as 1/2 spindles.

Unfortunately the seller cant tell me.

Hope someone can help.

Thanks

Alan

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Mick W
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Don’t know if you are on ebay but someone has just put a speedo drive on for sale not sure if suits yours ** Please log in to view **

 

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Mick

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Thanks Mick. It looks like one from a later model. The one I posted a picture of looks almost the same as one I already have so I know what it looks like, what I dont know is if this design was made with different sized holes. I was hoping someone would say the design is unique to the smaller diameter spindle and then I would buy it. 

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Alan

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Have you thought of contacting Hans Kreuzen? - he is pretty expert on the differences between the early and later D1s.

1956 D3 running, lights to sort. 7 other bikes in the Barn. 1950 D1 engine being rebuilt (slowly).

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