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Quite a project Bernie. Look forward to seeing the progress. Best of luck to you and your knuckles!
Hi Bernie... nice project. I'm also not restoring my Guzzi, a 76 T3... bought as a running bike, but standing for the last 30 years. I imagine we'll be dealing with lots of similar issues! Rode mine today for the first time... not very successfully but after having the heads off, it's a milestone!
Nice project! Do you know why the bike was crabbed before you bought it? Weird that your bearing carrier of the rear wheel expaned when pushing the bearing in? The paint on the wheels look extremely good, is the rest of the paintwork in simmilar state?
This is totally my kind of thread.
dont worry about the air bladders in the forks , they were a gadget , in theory they should provide a additional air spring to adjust the ride height, but they dont. if the damping is still Ok, there is no reason to change the fork dampers. new ones will be just as good/bad as the old ones of course a modern cartridge will improve damping enormously , but those take some modifying. ( the XS500 did not have damping cartridges. )
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