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It's wonderful that bikes like that end up in your hands Jim. By the time you're finished it will be a real treasure (as long as some wombat doesn't drain it and display it in their living room).It makes me realize just how lucky I was with mine. I've now put about 20,000kms on it and it continues to run well.Oh yes - and it's good to see that you hit your thumb too from time to time. It makes the rest of us feel more human.Nick
Oh yes - and it's good to see that you hit your thumb too from time to time. It makes the rest of us feel more human.
Isn't Jim a dentist (I might be wrong here)? How do you know that thumb wasn't from a patient biting down?
Canuck750,As someone else posted, I appreciate the tips & pointers, the sisal wheel, the 320 grit on a foam backed disc. All these comments do help the 'not so skilled yet'.Thanks
$164 will buy a new oil pump. Worth every penny after spending all those $$ on crank grinding and bearings.
Love your threads Jim Dusty
Great stuff!Those timing gears look like the ones I put in my LeMans. They are good. That bike would have had a chain originally.
I have seen large toaster ovens in use as well for small parts.CheersJim
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