Norton Commando One-Piece Axles by Don Pender


| 8/7/2018 12:00:00 AM


norton commando axle

If you own a 1971-1974 Norton Commando and you've ever suffered a rear axle break where the main axle threads into the dummy axle at the brake drum you'll be interested in the one-piece axles from Don Pender. Made of stainless steel, they replace the stock two-piece setup, which has been known to fail in high-stress applications. Installed through the chain side, the brake drum can be left in place during wheel removal. One-piece axle at top. $70.



doug
8/10/2018 1:45:38 PM

I imagine you can buy direct, FeeBay charges fees in case you were not aware, 2ndly the guy makes some seriously cool stuff for vintage bikes, so be nice, or step up yourself and go into business, otherwise you have nothing to say. People chasing the lowest common denominator kills the classic community, I love his cush drive rear hub design


RICHARDS
8/10/2018 9:59:11 AM

These axles are $80 from this seller on eBay, not $70 as the article says and shipping is another $35 from the Philippines, so you're in for $115. There are less expensive options in the US.




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