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holy hell, do I envy the dealer/shop support of the Honda and Harley riders. Every podunk town we passed through has a shop for those two brands, and there were only two Guzzi dealers on the entire trip, IF you include the one at home. I gotta say, for distance riding, support does matter.
Maybe a Honda Dullsville, er Deauville is in your future ?
I love the damn thing, but I also f*cking hate it with a passion.
That right there should sum up all Italian vehicle ownership nicely.
I'm puzzled - rear drive failures on that series are not a common thing, and it hasn't changed dramatically in design in 15 years. I can't see it from here, but the question I'd ask is whether the previous rebuild has treated the root cause, or just the symptoms?My 2004 Breva 750 had the same rear drive, and it went many more miles than yours has with no issues at all. If the seal on yours is failing, there must be a reason - an imperfection in a part touching the seal, or some other cause which may not have been found in the previous work.
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