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New to the Forums and full of Questions

Post by DavidW » June 27th, 2018, 8:35 pm

Hey guys!
My name is David, I'm new to the Model AA world. I haven't quite made my purchase but I'm looking at 1928 Model AA. I was hoping to get some good info on instruction guides, whatever would be the equivalent to a Chilton manual for it.

The Model AA I'm looking is up north in michigan and a little bit of a drive, owned by a 92 year old gentleman who's had it for 30 years, I've been told it has a worm gear on the back, bandits top speed is about 20mph like everyone I'd like to get more speed out of this to make it a little more useful :) Is there a way to replace that worm gear?

What are my options for getting more speed out of this AA? I've hear d a Warford overdrive could do that? Has anyone details or manuals on how to do that? If I put in a Warford overdrive do I have to delete the worm gear? Does the Warford Overdrive replace the old trans?

Any info would be appreciated.

I'm sure I'll have more questions



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Re: New to the Forums and full of Questions

Post by Bob C » June 28th, 2018, 8:30 am

The Warford replaces the coupling shaft.
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Re: New to the Forums and full of Questions

Post by Chris Haynes » June 28th, 2018, 11:05 am

Warford's are few and far between. Add to this they are usually noisy from lots of wear. A Mitchell Gear Splitter is a new, readily available unit, that will give you a good overdrive.

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