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    Default Trying to finish up my trike

    Not sure if I’m in the right place, almost done with this trike I have been messing with but having problems with the rear end, part number is 128-40-HD. So I think it’s a 1940 Harley rear end and not a servi-car from Ford . But not sure. I know I’ve seen many trikes with wide tires that have the same style rear end that ride fine. it seems to be a solid axle, both wheels spin the same when they are off the ground so with the fat tires And the rake it does not turn at all, the front tire just bounces or one of the rear will hop. anyone out there know anything about these rear ends? I’d like to keep it in there instead of getting a paughco differential.

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    Quote Originally Posted by berzerkr23 View Post
    Ps...no idea how to add a photo to this thread

    It's very easy, go to advanced then click on attach...... It looks like a paper clip.....

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    I got itfigured out thanks.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by berzerkr23 View Post
    I got itfigured out thanks.....
    Yep it looks like you did.......

    That's a damn cool looking trike......

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    Thanks man! Ya it’s ready to go other than the rear end

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    I would look inside the differential and see if was welded up at one time or something to be made into a ?posi? rear. it sounds awful hairy trying to drive it like that, hairy meaning dangerous lol

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    So it’s not supposed to be locked up like that I’m guessing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by farmall View Post
    Thanks, kewllliooo!!!

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    Oh yeah no I totally got that, it doesn’t have a differential on there. Must just be one legged and a free axle is bound up on something I guess

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