identify this tool please.

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  1. Ghostrider 67

    Ghostrider 67 FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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    It's about 2 1/2" long, 5/8" thick and has a countersunk hollow in one end with about a 3/32" hole straight through the center to the other end which is flat. It's solid inside other than the tiny hole. No way to attach it to anything, no threads in the hollow. I need another one because I sliced this one in half to use the hollowed end to build my motor connector to the headlight bucket. The hollow just so happens to be 10mm which matches exactly the motor shaft which is a double flats shaft..DD. The tool body is 5/8"OD which slides into the hunk of pipe I have that fits over the headlight bucket axle. So, now I need another one to slice in half!! edit: May be a drill guide...
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    If nobody knows then I guess I'll be drilling a 10mm hole in the end of the other half.
     
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    It looks like it might have been a bushing driver for the 727 transmission, out of a Miller/SPx kit. Like the bushing the front of the output shaft rides on.
     
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      Okay. Does such a thing have a hole through the center? I'll look that up. Thank you!
       
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