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Thanks, Charlie.. I never got that post on my email. When I try to open the Yahoo site, I get a !Problem loading page error.Rings are really all I've been worried about except for the cylinder hold down stud 96 51 02 03 and nut 92 66 00 10.
ChuckI'm really sorry to tell you this, but the cam look suspiciously like a 12mm lobe version. Have you actually measured it?
Geez Chuck I am starting to feel guilty about picking it up and bringing it to you. :-[
I think there was some issue with those bolts.....Not hard enough??? Check Guzziology.Believe Dave R also recommended using Schnoor washers on em. Youv'e almost got me inspired to go out in the garage and work on something, but maybe not....Keep trying.
I'm guessing you're going to do that along with the extra oil passage for the bearing at a different time? Love the write-up btw. -Kevin
Thanks, Kevin.. I *think* that by 87 the oil passage upgrade had been done. Dunno for sure, need to do a little research. At any rate, for the few thousand miles I'll be riding it (being realistic here) it's not an issue to me whether it has or not. ;Dedit: looked it up, and the 87s have the updated rear drive.
Love this write up and the info imparted. I envy your skills and talent Chuck. Kevin, almost regret not trying to talk you out of the little Lario of your when I was there. :D Looking forward to getting well enough to get started on the Eldo. Keep up the good work and the write ups Chuck. ;-T
Thanks, Matt.. but there are *many* on WG that are much more qualified to do tech stuff on a Guzzi than me. I just thought it would be fun to show the steps involved in a refurbish. When I first got the V50III, I joined the small block list on Yahoo, and looked for info like this and really couldn't find much. I did a thing on updating the rear drive, but it's not as picture friendly as WG, so thought I'd do this here.
That's great to see Chuck. How many bolts hold that engine in? I see a couple there, plus one in the lower frame rail I know about. Hmmm....Looking forward to the crab.-Kevinp.s. Didn't know you were going to paint her up a bit. Cool!
Actually, it's a wheelbarrow rather than a crab.. ;D
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