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Answer Yes its a standard cup and cone axle. I had to unbolt the reaction arm from the chainstay, and unbolt the brake cable from the activation lever arm. This was simple. Gotchas though - you have to remove the drum brake completely, and the inside cone is recessed so its hard to get a cone spanner on it. Best method is to get the inner cone and lock ...


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I've used a short length cut from a steel pipe in the past. As long as the Inner Diameter is barely more than the OD of the axle it will center well enough. The pipe's wall needs to be thick enough to not crumple under pressure. The only trick is to make sure your cut is parallel to the end, and that it is nicely de-burred and any raw steel is painted ...



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