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  • T & A Muncie over/under drive

    First six (red) pics are model T due to square input shaft right (over/under)? Last 4 are supposed to be 28-29 A-AA 3 spd. Muncie over/under drive. I'm waiting on input/output shaft pictures on the last 4 photos. Any info on these would be helpful. Price is 1500 shipped-ouch.
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    Model A's and of course the famous AA's

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    paat for 1200 hundred more you get a Layne warford quiet not noisy gears are always in mesh and a ratio you like. Talk to Birdhaven auto supply. Pm me if you need more.

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      Thanks Chief. I'll check them out. Good day, Pat

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