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General Discussion / Re: 2015 v7 Oil Breather Issues - Not overfill
« Last post by Tom H on Today at 12:42:46 AM »
Hang in there. Maybe someone can narrow this down for you.

I mentioned shops near by Los Angeles Ca.. You are in L.A. Ca. right? Another option might be Guzzi Classics in Signal Hill, not sure if he works on V7's, he's mainly Loops.

Tom
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General Discussion / Re: Marushu lilac 250
« Last post by JukeboxGothic on Today at 12:32:58 AM »
Um Yeh. Look up AJS S3 from 1931. Brough did one as well and probably a few others I cant remember off hand. P and M (Phelon and Moore) Panthette 1926, a 250.
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General Discussion / Re: Help 1400 won't Start
« Last post by omega1 on Today at 12:07:44 AM »
There wont be any broken parts. Two of the copper contacts will be dark brown. Clean them and apply a thin coat of dielectric grease and you should be sorted.

Alternatively (like I did) buy the entire switch and only use the bottom piece, keeping the repaired original as a spare.

You cannot buy the bottom plastic part on its own.
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General Discussion / Re: Disassembling flanged spoked wheels
« Last post by Rich A on April 19, 2019, 11:57:54 PM »
Yes, has an x6 50i something in the reply for some unknown reason.

Rich
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General Discussion / Re: Alexa....Turn on some polka music
« Last post by kingoffleece on April 19, 2019, 11:30:13 PM »
Nice.  On Monday we have the country's largest Dingus Day celebration.  It's a HUGE street party.  It's insane.

I go to the nice Polish market (so old world-it's great) and get several kinds of kielbasa for the smoker.  Did 5 pounds tonight just for fun and a little for snacking.
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General Discussion / Re: 1974 Benelli 650
« Last post by canuck750 on April 19, 2019, 11:25:56 PM »
I completed a nut and bolt restoration of the same bike and found the engine to be the most solid built lump I have ever dug into. Parts availability is very good and if anyone grabs this I have the service and parts manuals. I reached out to the shop selling this beauty and asked for pictures of the tool roll. I would like to have a reproduction made of the factory tool roll

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General Discussion / Re: Disassembling flanged spoked wheels
« Last post by Huzo on April 19, 2019, 11:14:05 PM »
That's not a flanged tubeless rim--looks like a Borrani from the 70s. There's a pic of the nipples barely protruding from the tubeless wheel hub (and one completely hidden) is a previous post.

Rich
Reply #3 Rich ?
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General Discussion / Re: 2019 Wild Guzzi National raffle bike thread
« Last post by gliderjohn on April 19, 2019, 11:12:52 PM »
My shop currently has more Guzzis in it than most current dealerships.  :thumb: Dusty can also do things other than work on Guzzis and promote CV. Big thanks to Dusty for painting the trim on my two sheds today.  :bow:



GliderJohn
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General Discussion / Re: Couple unrelated questions.
« Last post by jrt on April 19, 2019, 11:05:47 PM »
1) no, I don't believe you can.  I replaced my square slides with round and the cables did not translate. 
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General Discussion / Re: Disassembling flanged spoked wheels
« Last post by Rich A on April 19, 2019, 10:57:59 PM »
???



???
Iíll admit that as a young bloke I didnít get out much.
But the end thatís in the hub donít look like any nipples Iíd seen.. (although I admit it was in the dark most of the time.. :wink:)

That's not a flanged tubeless rim--looks like a Borrani from the 70s. There's a pic of the nipples barely protruding from the tubeless wheel hub (and one completely hidden) is a previous post.

Rich
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