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Author: Subject:  COUNTRY BUGGY REDUCTION HUB /AXLES
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posted on November 9th, 2010 at 04:59 AM
COUNTRY BUGGY REDUCTION HUB /AXLES


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posted on November 10th, 2010 at 12:36 PM



Steve
These ones are still Kombi. No problem however, they could easily be made into Country Buggy. The seller never suggested they were actually CB parts. You’d have to get your trusty 9” out and cut the lower shock mount castings off, just like the factory did in 1967. The Country Buggy has the bottom end of the shock mounted to a fabricated steel bracket welded to the swing plate - reduction hub adaptor bracket. Easy.
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