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Old 05-07-2014, 05:07 PM
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I have a 20 series, 7" Outter diameter, 3/4" bore, and is also an outboard cam setup Driven unit. It is in good condition.

I would like to trade for a 20 series 6" , 5/8 bore driven.

Or
I can also trade the driver which is 3/4 bore.
Let me know.
Thanks for looking.
-Nick
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Or I can trade for my torque converter set up for yours.....
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hey nick ,i got a 5/8th 20 series 6 inch driven but the 6 inch is really toyish compared to the 7 inch is it not working with your jackshaft?
its 6 inch 20 series normal JS mounted driven but definitely NOT big and sturdy like my 7 inch 20 series outboard with 3/4 inch bore
is that cause the much smaller bore maybe?
i am east and south of pittsburg,pa

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Old 08-26-2014, 08:14 PM
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hey nick ,i got a 5/8th 20 series 6 inch driven but the 6 inch is really toyish compared to the 7 inch is it not working with your jackshaft?
its 6 inch 20 series normal JS mounted driven but definitely NOT big and sturdy like my 7 inch 20 series outboard with 3/4 inch bore
is that cause the much smaller bore maybe?
i am east and south of pittsburg,pa
I probablly should have updated this. I wanted a back plate and a 7'' wouldn't work. Sop I ended up making a custom JS and engine mount out of 1/4" thick 5" x 12" and 3" tall rectangle tube. for my go kart. I decided to just keep this. The torque is great compared to a 6"
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Old 08-26-2014, 08:28 PM
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YOU ARE RIGHT ABOUT TORQUE ,I MISS MY larger driven unit
PROB SHOULD CHANGE TITLE TO SOLD SO NO ONE FROM op contacts you after reading this
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