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- Wed Jul 18, 2018 9:36 am
- Forum: Help
- Topic: crankcase weep + magneto base moving
- Replies: 7
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The was a mod. covered in the old Seagull workshop manuals to compensate for a worn dimple, but too complicated to explain!
Have you got a copy of that text? I havent seen that before.
I had already used a fine wire wheel on the drill to get the dirt off.... it took longer with the wire wheel to clean up than it did with the polypads There is no editing in the video! https://youtube.com/v/IhN7Io-Fz0I FHD0029.JPG The order to proceed, Sanding disk (not required for this job) Brown ...
Although I thought the retaining bolt was 5/16 Cycle thread (26 tpi, 60 degrees).
I have just been out to have another look. I think you may be correct.
55 degrees is close but not quite right. I don't have a 60 degree 26tpi guage to check.
I will amend the other thread.
Some new head casting would be great, but I do not know if the cost and the actual quantity required would make it viable. I would certainly like one. How much are people willing to pay? There is no point in looking into it if you think it is only worth $50..... I can see the cost being more like $...
I use these to get the worst of the scratches out Brumby_SurfaceConditioning_BSCK755-214x214.jpg followed up by Josco_PolishingKit_JPK1-214x214.jpg http://www.supercheapauto.com.au/Product/Toolpro-Bench-Grinder-Polishing-Kit-8pc/386502 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lO2g58oziM I do very little by ...
I think the cap neck is soft soldered in and the tank ends are silver soldered. The tank I took apart took loads of heat... I think that's why some people cut the ends off. How big is the torch that your using?