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Beautiful work (even with the missed shift dog) and an inspiration.BTW - a output shaft shim was lost when putting the GTV engine together and I compensated by adding a shim to the outside. Didn't find the problem 'til months later when cleaning under the stove! The real fix is to tear it out of the frame and split the cases - but I've just not gotten there yet...
The swing arm has a large jamb nut, it was missing on the bike when I got it and Detlef Burian sent me one that is a wee bit too small. The threads are very fine for such a big thread, I am guessing 1.5 pitch? and maybe a 27mm size?? I have been searching on line for someone who caries such a big metric jamb nut, does anyone know a source for such odd metric stuff? I don't have McMaster Carr in Canada and they will not ship outside of the USA??
Measure to determine exactly what diameter and thread pitch you need and I'll see what I can find.
This is how the perch / brake switch looked when I got the bike, there is a cylindrical stud that fastens into the round cable recess under the brake lever and makes contact with the brake pressure witch, pull the brake lever and the switch plunger opens and the brake light comes on. I was wondering what that strange stub in my parts box was for!
This is also the same as the early Morini 3 1/2 Sport set-up. If you need a switch, Magura makes one that works perfectly, I bought it on Amazon for $12.
I should be inspired by this sort of thing, but it just makes me realise I'm not made of the right stuff to do a proper restoration.You blokes remind me of the fellas that build their own gliders from wood. They're the sort of blokes that could build a piano if they wanted to.I'm in awe...
Have been out of the loop for a while, my wife gave birth to our second child this thursday, so lots of things going on. -Ulrik
Possibly, the reflectors for your tail light are the same as fitted to later plastic chromed US-export CEV turn signals (I think mostly on Moto Guzzi, but probably also used by others). I think they screw on just like that.
I will take a look, I think I have one of those CEV signal lights in a box somewhere ThanksJim
Those are considerably larger than what you need. I thought I'd found the answer: '73 & '74 H-D/Aermacchi Sprint has reflectors on either side of the headlight - although they seem to be about the right size, they're the wrong color (amber).
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