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I thought he told me it needed a clutch?
Nice work! its going to be a good, dependable ride.
Proper clutch hub installed, gearbox on, frame un-crabbed. Iím always glad when the frame is back together. Same feeling getting in over the Chatham bar.
Gearbox complete. They always give me fits. 6 pushrod o- rings and new inner and outer bodies and thrust bearing.
You're my hero for getting your hands in that box.How does it shift now that it's bolted to the engine?
Heads off. Thereís a strange chip in each exhaust valve. Iím going to have my excellent machinist Hans check the guides and sort the heads and valves. Pistons and cylinders look good.
Strange that both exhaust valves would have the same chip?
I know. Maybe itís just carbon flaking off. I may have chipped one with the spring compressor. One was definitely chipped before though.
Curious to hear what your machinist says. I took my Ducati 860 Heads to a good machine shop before Christmas and was told the damn Ducati guides I had installed two years and 2000 miles+ ago are worn out! I am going with Kibllewhite guides and seals this time.
Weird. I donít know much about heads, but I would think that guides should last a while barring oiling problems. Maybe grinding compound got in there? Doesnít sound like something you would do Canuck.
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