TT shaft ID

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pettsterpettster Members  1WRX Points: 0Posts: 1 Starters
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Hi there,

I have some 712 MBs that are fitted with a TT shaft but no labels. Despite much research I cannot place the model, although the seem similar to XP but are not. Here are the step details for the 7i with pics included:

top of ferrule to 1st step = 7 15/16"

3 x 0.5"

4 x 1" (actually a hair over 1" but not 1/16)

2 x 1.25"

1 x 5/16" (this is what they call a 'speed step' right?)

1 x 4"

1 x 1/4" (another 'speed' step)

1 x 1 1/16"

1 x 1.5"

Some more data - I've calculated the approx weight of the shaft as 100g.

Here's what I've ruled out - Any standard DG, XP (blue label) range .

Havent been able find info / pics online for the old DG XP or SL or Dynalite? Could it be one of these? Help appreciated!


Thanks

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  • smoran70smoran70 Columbus, OhioMembers  3WRX Points: 11Handicap: 8Posts: 3 Starters
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    I've gotten lucky, a few time, after removing the grip. sometimes it will be marked close to the butt end.

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