Hey Indy Triple if the diameter of the shaft where the disk sits is not worn you can take the shaft into a machine shop and have them cut in a new keyway 180 degrees from the old keyway. Most of the time if the keyway is that worn out the shaft is shot. Be careful if you buy a used shaft because most of the time it will also be shot. If somebody has a used one most of the time it is junk. I know it cost a lot but if you want it to be tight for more then a year buy new. Riley
Rippered you may have seen the jackshaft I have for sale on Snowest. The one I have is a newer shaft with the splined brake disk. It's too bad that's not the kind Indy Triple needs because the shaft I have only has about 200 miles on it. I installed a titainium shaft in that sled a few years ago and sold the sled. Thats why I still have this one. Riley
I dont know how handy you are and how much other wear is on the shaft, but I have fabricated step keys to fit the worn seat and the disk, I have access to tool room equipment which make it easy for me but you could still make one if you tried.
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