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Did you do the cleaning with the tires on?I need to clean mine, which are still painted, and I'm hoping the tires don't get ruined by chemicals.
The sliders are fairly rough cast under that paint (and filler), so you'll have a bit of "smoothing" to do if you're going to polish them.
Bernie, for 30 years now we have been drilling a 1/2" or 13mm hole through the cush rubbers. I'm surprised no one else brought this to your attention. This allows the cush rubber to actually work, the little wedge can compress and expand. When it's a solid block, there is nowhere for it to flex.It makes a noticeable difference to gear changes and a bigger difference to drive line spline wear. I was skeptical for a while, because I own a V7 Sport which has no cush in the wheel. Then I drilled a set for someone else's bike and immediately felt the effect. I shortly thereafter found an 850T wheel, drilled the rubbers & fitted it to my Sport. Great!
Good pictures. About the seal that you drove in with socket... how did you remove the original seal?
Your attention to detail is amazing...following with great interest!
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