Wierd. All of the axles I've ever swapped worked fine - from Bugeyes to my
'79 Midget. Early axles to late axles all fit with no issues. Pull it back
out and measure it's length. I'm going to go measure a few spares in the
garage and we can compare measurements.
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> On Jul 4, 2014, at 3:01 PM, Brad Fornal <email@example.com> wrote:
> I removed the axle, it was broken in the pumpkin. I removed the pumpkin,
> removed the pieces, and put it all back together. I put the original axle
> back in, no problems,
> Now, the replacement axle, will not go all the way in. It lacks about 1/16"
> of going flush. I hear a clink, so I know it is hitting metal somewhere. Do
> I put the wheel on, and cinch it down, or are there various size cups on
> the rear of the flange, where one could be too small, not allowing it to
> seat properly.
> Any advice or tips?
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