nice work on the starter motor, looks new again
Hello petak,What do you use for cleaning...especially that gearbox....
And how do you know if gearbox parts are worn and need to be changed.....
I have one gearbox and planing to open it and renew....that is why i have questions about it.
Fantastic job you are doing......slowly and patiently.....thru all parts....it will be easier later when assembly start
What do you use for cleaning...especially that gearbox....
Indeed it LOOKS complicated but it's actually not that difficultI hope I never have to do that, it looks extremely complicated
Thanks Jurjen but it's really not that difficultHoly wow! Seems like a difficult rebuild, well done! Just curious, what's your next step? Keep up the good work!
Thanks Adam, I saw it on Ebay and maybe I'll use it as an underseal as I'm still searching for a good body schutz and inlinner protection.I am sure and hope that you will have only good luck from now on! Very well done on your work so far - most impressive.
(Bilt Hamber Dynax spray wax underseal is available on Ebay at least.)
Yes I know Jurjen, shit happens and always will happen. I remembered you had the same with your rear axle. Now I've got the complete rear axle from a R4F6, so thicker torsionbars and the first visual inspection on the inside of the casted swingarms is OK.I have never seen that on a R4 Joop!
Haha, no brotha - I feel your pain!
I had exact the same difficulties on the rear axle. It will be again exiting to remove the silent block mounts to see if the axles are in good condition. I'm very curious!