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Making a narrow front for my JD 112 round fender

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golfcartman

03-15-2019 19:00:07




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I am in need of a rear axle housing to make my narrow front for my 112. Anyone have an extra laying around they would part with. Also is there a specific model that I need to use. There is one on eBay from a 1964 3 speed for 15.00 plus shipping. Thanks for your help.




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AVERIE

03-19-2019 18:48:13




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 Re: Making a narrow front for my JD 112 round fender in reply to golfcartman, 03-15-2019 19:00:07  
Please post some pictures of your progress, show us your talent.



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golfcartman

03-19-2019 20:06:20




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 Re: Making a narrow front for my JD 112 round fender in reply to AVERIE, 03-19-2019 18:48:13  
Look at the post below titled 110 barn find. Mark in Iowa posted some great pictures of one he built . Hope mine turns out that good.



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t.r.k.

03-16-2019 17:48:46




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 Re: Making a narrow front for my JD 112 round fender in reply to golfcartman, 03-15-2019 19:00:07  
$15 on Ebay sounds reasonable to me.

I always wondered if one could be made from the tall spindle housing used on a Craftsman or Husqvarna mower.

At one point someone was offering a ready-made assembly on Ebay that all you did was bolt it on.



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golfcartman

03-17-2019 19:33:54




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 Re: Making a narrow front for my JD 112 round fender in reply to t.r.k., 03-16-2019 17:48:46  
The kit on eBay is 300. Plus freight. I believe I can build one a lot cheaper than that. I just ordered 2 axle housings on eBay for 25.00 for both and free shipping. I'll have a spare if I mess up the first one. Lol



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Mark-IA

03-16-2019 10:15:30




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 Re: Making a narrow front for my JD 112 round fender in reply to golfcartman, 03-15-2019 19:00:07  
If you need any help. Be free to contact me. email is open.



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steve_in_mo

03-15-2019 20:25:54




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 Re: Making a narrow front for my JD 112 round fender in reply to golfcartman, 03-15-2019 19:00:07  
All of the Tecumseh Peerless 2300-series rear axle tubes are the same.



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