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Old 10-04-2003, 02:18 AM
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M5od-r1 & R2

Does anyone know if the tail shafts from these two will interchange?

the reason being is when I bought my BII as a roller, it had a R2 in it, bolted to a 13-50(maybe a 13-54) T-case.
I've never seen any adapter advertised to mate the two, which is Why im trying to figure out how the previous owner mated them.

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