<VV> dummy drive train.

Shaun shaun_mcgarvey at shaw.ca
Sat Mar 19 10:54:42 EST 2005

Late Models require a diff to be mocked up so the lower control arms can be
connected to it.
The superior Earlies only need you to remove the yokes from the rear axles
and slide an appropriately sized piece of tubing over the two axles to keep
them in line.

yea, Vairily ... Shaun 'Late Earlies are best' McGarvey

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Yelospdr64 at aol.com>
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Sent: Saturday, March 19, 2005 7:44 AM
Subject: <VV> dummy drive train.

> Now that I have the engine and drive train out, I want to move the car
> around. I saw someone reference a 'dummy drive train' on here once upon a
time. Is
> this something that must be homemade or bought? I don't see anything in
> catalog and I don't see anything in the tech guide.
> Thanks in advance,
> Alan Ewbank
> 1964 spyder.
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