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The gearbox was in less admirable shape, and seems to have been leaking, at the very least, from the input shaft. The bellhousing REEKED of gear oil and was quite filthy--mostly on the gearbox side. The clutch pushrod still retains the two conical seals (though installed backwards?). Throwout bearing was in good shape. I will have to replace seals on the gearbox at the very least. I have not opened one of these boxes yet, so that will be new territory to me to reach the shift shaft seal and possibly do shimming.Obviously I have yet to inspect the rear main flange or cam plug for leaks. I intend to replace the rear main seal, but should I also replace the flange gasket as a matter of course?
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Does anyone happen to know the dimensions of the rear main bearing flange bolts? M8 x 1.25, but what length? I will want to replace them when I renew the flange gasket. I know to use the wave washers.Also, since I don't want to buy the $60 bearing puller I plan to use the method detailed here: http://www.thisoldtractor.com/moto_guzzi_loopframe_rear_main_bearing_flange_removal_tool.htmlDoes the length of the set screws matter? If they are simply there to protect the case threads from the M10 bolts I suppose they just need to sit flush.I've tried searching but can't find the exact specs.
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