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It's much better to do this stuff on the side of the road after a 500 mile day on a poorly maintained two lane hi way 4 miles outside of East Alton, Il . As they say, if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
Chuck, couple of things I learned from Matt Forslund. Angle drives for tach and speedo. Get some small hose clamps and put them over the part that cracks. And make sure to put some grease in the engine end of the cables beneath the boots (I knew that but didn't bother to do it one time :( ). Ignition switch nuts. He has them. Chrome or black. Don't know where he gets them. He also has the nuts for the speedo trip odometer reset knob.
Thanks for the thread, brings back sweet memories of my Monza. I remember putting used air shocks from a kawasaki gt550 (costing a fiver) and liking the ride. :)Any low tech improvements on the horizon?
Thanks for that, Charlie..
So, in case I put foot in mouth (which I have done so many times before :) ), are the V50 ign switches the same size as the std switches? If not then I don't know if Matt has them or not. But, since he has collected parts from many of the now defunct dealers he may have them anyway. I know one of the guys here in NM restored a V50 with Matt's help.
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Is there some reason Vaseline is better for this kind of electrical application?
I can't believe you haven't swapped those PHBH's for some swanky PHF's
Thanks Chuck! I used your rear drive mod a few years ago to fix mine and it's been fine! Never seen the vent behind the starter trick so thanks for that too. Great posting.
Awesome stuff Chuck! Drilling that transmission case... *nail biter*
Im amazed that a guy as obviously intelligent and talented as Chuck would start drilling holes in the side of his transmission
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