RTX Doug sent me the pics of the chain case spacer and drive axle that someone he knew had. That at least gave me a idea of what I was looking for since I had no clue. For whatever reason, I have only been able to find the axle other than the motor mounts which I know in my heart I threw away. I still think that the spacer is laying around somewhere next door because dad always said the stuff was around. Doug reached out to the person to ask if it was ok for me to contact him about the parts so I could get info about them. I believe his name is Bernhold Trembolay, have it in my notes somewhere. He was kindly nice enough to give me pics and measurements of his so we could duplicate it. Like Zoom said, it looks like Skiroule just sawed a regular case apart, made a spacer, and then welded it back together to get the measurement they needed. When we are figuring this all out, I kept saying that we had to look at this in the simplest way. That Skiroule would have done it the easiest, simplest way possible to get the job done. We were overthinking some stuff just because of our tool and die backgrounds. Here is the finished project that we came up with. Even though there is a pic of the original already, I will show one in comparison to what we came up with.