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Yesterday I rebuilt the forks with new dampers, Wirth springs, seals and fork tubes. The old tubes were not only horribly rusted, but the right one was also bent.
I used to get parts from Joe Eish, too. He was totally old school. He would send the parts with a bill, and I would send him a check. Plus a discount if you belonged to the MGNOC. Being a farmer, he would always ask how the haying season was going, the price of cattle, how the weather was,etc. etc. Having grown up in Akron, Ohio, I always enjoyed hearing how things were going back in "the old country", too.
This was manufactured in June of 1973 and is registered as a 1974. It shifts on the left. Does any one know if its shift pattern would be 1 down and 4 up, or 1 up and 4 down? I know the shift drum is different, but this is the first Guzzi tranny I have ever had apart, so I don't know what to look for on the shift drum to tell me. Si AbeidKettle Falls, WA
Thanks, guys. It looks like the picture of the t3 drum. I would be happy if it shifted "normally". My muscle memory is pretty dialed in to the left side 1 down 4 up of the last 40 plus years. Tom, do you mean the Grand Coulee Dam? I am near the Columbia River 50 or so miles north of the dam. We are about 85 miles north of Spokane and 45 miles south of Rossland, B.C. Kettle Falls is on WA route 20, which farther west is the North Cascades Highway.
I'm not sure how early they went to the slots vs. holes. Eldos have holes (and backwards pattern). I'll take a few photos of the slots in the drum for the shift forks. That will give you a better idea.
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