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Old 06-04-2006, 03:37 PM   #1
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hey, i sold my b4, and i need to find the demensions of parts. here goes.

- what is the diameter of the rear axle? -
- what is the length of the rear axle pin? -
- how long is the rear axle that the wheel goes on? -

if you take a ruler and find out, i will be super happy! thank you!

( the reason for finding the demensions is a very long story... dont ask. )
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hey, i sold my b4, and i need to find the demensions of parts. here goes.

- what is the diameter of the rear axle? -
- what is the length of the rear axle pin? -
- how long is the rear axle that the wheel goes on? -

if you take a ruler and find out, i will be super happy! thank you!

( the reason for finding the demensions is a very long story... dont ask. )
Why do you need these dimensions?
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Old 06-04-2006, 04:44 PM   #3
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i said dont ask!!!!!!!!!!! LOl, jk.

as i said, its a long story. i need the demensions, preferably in the next hours! thank you!
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Old 06-04-2006, 05:11 PM   #4
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I doubt anyone is going to have those in the nexy few hours did u google this?
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Old 06-04-2006, 05:25 PM   #5
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i looked for half an hour, o got a bunch of pictures, but no demensions.
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The diameter of the B4 rear axle is 3/16"

The length of the axle pin is 7/16"

Not sure what you're looking for on the third dimension
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The diameter of the B4 rear axle is 3/16"

The length of the axle pin is 7/16"

Not sure what you're looking for on the third dimension
thank you so much!!! now i can move on with life!!! Thankyou!!!

actually, i dont need the 3rd demension, oh well!!! thankyou!!
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