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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-07-2013, 08:51 AM
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Home here is a link for turner axles.
I recommend over the gorilla axles but that is just my opinion

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Home here is a link for turner axles.
I recommend over the gorilla axles but that is just my opinion
Thanks! Have you. Or any one you know got custom length axles form them?

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Personally no.
I have seen it on youtube many times from both companies
I try not to have to need custom parts as they can get expensive
Gorilla and Turners will both make one off axles though.. You are probably looking at 500 per axle though. As lost cause said maybe contact them and give them the measurements and see if they think the base axles they build will work..
Or the highlifter forum/ mudinmyblood forum may have better feedback as those guys seem to have more custom work done.. Sorry that is all I can really input

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I highly recommend Turnercycles either way

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I highly recommend Turnercycles either way
I haven't heard anything bad about them so I'm going to go with them for sure

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