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Old 04-02-2012, 09:24 PM
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I can't find anywhere that I can purchase a jackshaft for a Murray kilowatt model number 60703X92C any help appreciated
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Old 04-03-2012, 01:34 AM
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This appears to have a comet 30/ tav30 or tav2 system on it.
Post some pics of the jackshaft.

If it is just type in tav2 jackshaft. Pretty sure bmikarts.com and mfgsupply.com have them.
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Alrighty, where is the cheapest place to buy the 30 series kit? I found this one so far http://www.gopowersports.com/30serie...rterkit-1.aspx I am wanting the 7" driven like in this kit. Thanks
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Old 04-03-2012, 09:26 AM
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Everywhere is fairly similar price wise.
Why do you need new pullies though? Torque converters can last forever If they are not abused. Most parts are replacable.
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The one I have has been abused and is all rusted up from sitting in the weather. Figured I will buy a new set so I don't have to worry about it and try and clean up the old set and get them Ready for when I find a frame to build a new kart
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Ok it's up to you. If you don't want them anymore, I am sure somebody on the forum would gladly pay a few bucks for them, if they are on a budget.

Please be aware: there are genuine and fake torque converters. I would recommend you buy the genuine ones. They should say. Fake ones usually say- 'fits comet' or something like that,
Www.mfgsupply.com only have genuine.
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Well I wrote them to see if they are genuine and if they are not I will be buying from mfgsupply. Thanks bud, the one that is on the kart right now the drive is a comet and the driven is a max torque? Guess the driven is not the original then huh?
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