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Re: [maxwellbriscoeowners] Re: World's best Maxwell rear axle identifier wanted

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  • hddennis@cox.net
    Have you tried looking through the parts books here: http://www.maxwell-messenger.info/tech_pgs/index.htm Howard Dennis
    Message 1 of 4 , Jun 1, 2011
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      Have you tried looking through the parts books here: http://www.maxwell-messenger.info/tech_pgs/index.htm

      Howard Dennis


      ---- Bernard <bpopadak@...> wrote:
      > Okay the best Maxwell rear axle identifier must be on vacation. Plugged Maxwell rear axles into google pictures and the axle appears to match a photo of a 1910 Model Q. Any other opinions?
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      > --- In maxwellbriscoeowners@yahoogroups.com, "Bernard" <bpopadak@...> wrote:
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      > > Hello, to bring people up to speed, back a year and a half ago I picked up an early 1910 AA frame and rough lower body off my friend's Model T Ford outside junk pile. The front axle he had stuffed inside. Off the same friend I got some more brackets, off another guy I got some running board brackets and off yet another I got the rear deck toolbox. I was just offered a rear axle and I was wondering if anyone could identify it. It is shown in the photo album section under my name. Thanks for the help. I know, I know, I could probably buy a whole car for a lot less hassle and ?? but I'm not out to break the bank, just have some fun.
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    • Bernard
      Yes, thank you, I did look through that website before I started this post. Nothing I could pin point as the same rear axle though and now that I think it
      Message 2 of 4 , Jun 1, 2011
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        Yes, thank you, I did look through that website before I started this post. Nothing I could pin point as the same rear axle though and now that I think it matches a Model Q I saw on Google, I notice there is no parts list for the Q shown.


        --- In maxwellbriscoeowners@yahoogroups.com, <hddennis@...> wrote:
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        > Have you tried looking through the parts books here: http://www.maxwell-messenger.info/tech_pgs/index.htm
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        > Howard Dennis
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        > ---- Bernard <bpopadak@...> wrote:
        > > Okay the best Maxwell rear axle identifier must be on vacation. Plugged Maxwell rear axles into google pictures and the axle appears to match a photo of a 1910 Model Q. Any other opinions?
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        > > --- In maxwellbriscoeowners@yahoogroups.com, "Bernard" <bpopadak@> wrote:
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        > > > Hello, to bring people up to speed, back a year and a half ago I picked up an early 1910 AA frame and rough lower body off my friend's Model T Ford outside junk pile. The front axle he had stuffed inside. Off the same friend I got some more brackets, off another guy I got some running board brackets and off yet another I got the rear deck toolbox. I was just offered a rear axle and I was wondering if anyone could identify it. It is shown in the photo album section under my name. Thanks for the help. I know, I know, I could probably buy a whole car for a lot less hassle and ?? but I'm not out to break the bank, just have some fun.
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