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If for what ever reason you decide not to proceed with getting it back in the road or do not like the right side shift and change to a lefty I'd be interested in the transmission.
Right foot vs. left foot is all done with different shafts and pedals, the transmission is the same.
Doesn't look all that bad. Just looks like a lot of time and money and fun. If for what ever reason you decide not to proceed with getting it back in the road or do not like the right side shift and change to a lefty I'd be interested in the transmission pedals and shafts.
I will be cleaning the sludge trap. My friend Stephen from Restoration Werks, and Curtis Harper both contacted me with suggestions. Both agreed it would be my best course of action to pull the engine at least partially apart before attempting a test run. Corrosion from sitting in a dirt floor shed was the main concern. Next week I'll have the bike in my shop, and I can soak it all down. I am not doing a complete restoration, but certainly don't want to harm the bike in any way. Feed back from this forum is greatly appreciated!!Happy Thanksgiving everyone.
I am told that '67 models were not plentiful here in the USA, and this is more likely an early '68 but according to Greg Bender's page there aren't firm production dates. Either way I am excited about the project, and plan to visit the Iowa, Wisconsin, and possibly National rallies with the bike. Once I get used to the shifting it will be an enjoyable way to explore Wisconsin.
I see that bike and can't help but wonder "What would Charlie do with that?"
Does it have a sub-2000 engine number?
My 67' is #1256, My 68' is #1455, My 69' is #3288. Only difference in all mine was 69' came w/late sidecovers and had A1 etched on head of valves in heads. Only 1 bike came w/metal tubes in the intake tract of the heads needed to smooth out air flow. Never seen them for sale (unobtanium).
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