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Locking collar placement on a Peerless installation...

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Numbers L W
Shepherdsville, KY, USA   USA
Anyone who has spent anytime in a machine shop will appreciate the work that went in to this differential. I bookmarked the French cyclekart site. Thanks again for the help. I'll enjoy following your work.

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241T Loule Marcel
ARLES, camargue, France   FRA
Hello
Congratulations for the realization of this engine mount and rear axle very nice achievement, I will be inspired by my CK
sorry if my english is not perfect i use a translator
friendship
a french from camargue

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Racie35 Bruce T
Terre Haute, IN, USA   USA
My bearings have the two set screws...I guess one to hold the keyway in if it's over one? Other to lock it in place? I also have the collars and a differential, so I'll use four collars.
Looking at this today, I don't see why you couldn't sleeve the axle with a piece of tubing between the outer hub and bearing....should keep it from sliding without collars. It wouldn't put any more pressure on the bearing than the collars currently do I'd guess.

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