🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Early 1900s buggy axle. One part has numbers on it. Any ideas?

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LostinGeorgia

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I found some buggy axle parts from early 1900s.

One part has numbers on it. Looks like it says "3/4" and a "9"

Found in nw georgia. All parts over a foot deep.

Any idea about the numbers?

Thanks.

I found some buggy axle parts from early 1900s.

One part has numbers on it. Looks like it says "3/4" and a "9"

Found in nw georgia. All parts over a foot deep.

Any idea about the numbers?

Thanks.
Can’t really help but just found the two pieces in the middle of the first picture at about the same depth a couple of days ago. North east georgia. Hope you get answers. Awesome finds
 

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Tony in SC

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The big piece looks like part of the tube for an enclosed drive shaft for an early vehicle, possibly an early truck?
 

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