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Old 03-14-2017, 06:11 PM
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Thanks for the puller Jeff. It made a impossible job much easier.


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Old 04-01-2017, 03:01 AM
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Jeff. Drive shaft for a Quiet Line to except the rear double flex joint. These have different length and coil pin locations from the standard single rear flex joint drive shafts. Are these drive lines what you produce? I would just need the shaft with the correct length and pin locations. Do you have one in stock?

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John-Send him a private message to get a quicker answer. I sent him the old shaft from my 1250 and he made me a new one so he has the dimensions.
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Received my two 1512 driveshafts from Jeff on Wednesday. He now has the old one to make 882 782D and 1512 shafts. Great quality craftsmanship as expected.
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Parts from Jeff arrived. Nice and shiny, but they will soon get used and probably a bit dirty. Great guy to deal with and the parts are perfect.

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I'm liking on the sleeve hitch with both straps, and the lift pin too Seem to be heavy duty and well built. Wonder how it might look behind my 1450

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Think I convinced Santa ( Ho-ho ) on the idea how the sleeve hitch will go right on the back of my 1450 with out issue,



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Think I convinced Santa ( Ho-ho ) on the idea how the sleeve hitch will go right on the back of my 1450 with out issue,



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"Santa Jeff" is almost done with your Christmas present. Just need to match grind the ends of the lift straps.
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Old 12-10-2017, 10:57 AM
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The sleeve hitch looks so good from here Jeff, it just might be sent out to get chrome plated!

Very nice work!
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