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mauriziopiras
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Another SD

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Hi guys,
This is the new SD newly arrived after a long trip.
I know: some components are to be replaced.
All tips are welcome
Cheers
Maurizio
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Re: Another SD

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For Hugz: it has no JM number on the flywheel :roll:
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Re: Another SD

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Great. Love those brass carbs Mauriziopiras. Can't quite decipher the engine number.... SDxxxxL4. Cheers Hugo.
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Re: Another SD

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Have a look at your last flywheel picture at 6 O'clock on the baseplate, you will see the letters "JM" underneath that spoke of the flywheel you should find the rest of the number that Hugo wants.
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Re: Another SD

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My first SD was also like that, the flywheel had no stamp, but the baseplate had the stamp.
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Re: Another SD

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Hi Hugo,
JM number (in the baseplate) JM 2717
Serial:SD9984L4
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Maurizio
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Re: Another SD

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Excellent thanks. Fortunately with the later SD's the gearbox casing, l believe, is the same as the early C, D AC and AD with nipples on the Port side. The alloy is slightly different but it would be a fine eye that would pick the difference. Wonder why a lot of the fuel lines have been replaced? I'm assuming the clutch lever has patent inscripted on it?
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Re: Another SD

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Edit: I already have this motor listed! I have the clutch lever as plain which is a bit of an abnormality but #SD10100 is also plain. Thanks for the JM number that I didn't have. I'll update location as well. Yay.
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