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    Quote Originally Posted by Tattooo View Post
    I'll bet if you get the grease or what ever out the holes they will be round enough....

    Just remember when your remounting/bolting down the motor it might need to be shimmed and you should mount the inner primary to the trans and motor before anything is tightened down.....
    Definitely true i agree, This motor installation will be done correctly.... not like the crackhead who did it last. Im just concerned that the motor itself is supposed to be stationary and everything is supposed to align to it. It cant be stationary if the holes are too big... I might be overthinking it.


    I have only a few items left to remove to send the bottom end off to the machine shop...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcrubin View Post
    Im just concerned that the motor itself is supposed to be stationary and everything is supposed to align to it.
    Not really.... The motor should be level and not twisted or tilted in the frame..... Then bolt the primary to the motor and trans before torquing anything down..... Make sure everything is sitting flat to each other..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tattooo View Post
    Not really.... The motor should be level and not twisted or tilted in the frame..... Then bolt the primary to the motor and trans before torquing anything down..... Make sure everything is sitting flat to each other..........
    What tattooo said, and I will add something...
    Once the inner primary/motor plate/whatever is bolted solidly to the motor, make sure the assembly is straight, i.e. parallel, to the driveline (frame, wheel/sprocket/etc)
    There is typically a tiny bit of wiggle room with the engine mounting, so just eyeball it and make sure.

    Also, when shimming the motor bolt the rear mount first to determine if and how much shim is needed, and if the motor is out of whack.

    Btw, sweet looking bike. Not many around that are that stock looking anymore. Mine (81) sure isnít, but then they were plentiful back in the days when I did all my mods.
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    All that is left is to throw the cam back in and close the cam cover and its off to the machine shop.....



    Oil pump removal



    Oil pump 2



    Oil Pump 3
    Last edited by jcrubin; 01-28-2019 at 10:00 PM.

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    How does it look inside where the gears run in the pump???

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    I found no issues or causes for concern with the oil pump, I will be doing a closer inspection of the gears in place once i get the case out the door and bench space available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcrubin View Post
    It should work just fine....

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    I have bought several specialty tools from this supplier. They are good as jims.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcrubin View Post

    Some say this is a sign of a loose sprocket

    You may be dealing with hi-wear on the main-shaft and fourth gear inner bushing....

    Try rocking the sprocket with two screw drivers or pry bars....



    This will give ya an idea of how much the bushing/bearing is worn ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragstews View Post
    You may be dealing with hi-wear on the main-shaft and fourth gear inner bushing....

    Try rocking the sprocket with two screw drivers or pry bars....



    This will give ya an idea of how much the bushing/bearing is worn ...
    Holy crap!

    that's sprocket was bouncing around and wobbling like a fat drunk on a skateboard.

    Damn near got seasick watching that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragstews View Post
    You may be dealing with hi-wear on the main-shaft and fourth gear inner bushing....

    Try rocking the sprocket with two screw drivers or pry bars....



    This will give ya an idea of how much the bushing/bearing is worn ...
    most helpful, I will test this tomorrow

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    Click this link for a video I made, there is deflection, as shown here, is this what you are referring to?


    https://i.imgur.com/q8GzeXn.mp4

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcrubin View Post
    i have that tool you will be fine, mine is non jims allso

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tattooo View Post
    Also it's only got 16,000 miles and the original paint.....
    yes but u have to love ugly, embrace ugly, and well look ugly haha
    she is a beauty

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    make sure to check the oil pump bushing in the case, and dont forget those rods need to be straight like some one said early

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcrubin View Post
    Click this link for a video I made, there is deflection, as shown here, is this what you are referring to?


    https://i.imgur.com/q8GzeXn.mp4
    Click this link for a video I made, there is deflection, as shown here, is this what you are referring to?


    https://i.imgur.com/q8GzeXn.mp4

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    Looks a bit tried to me....

    Wouldn't be a bad idea to fresh up the tranny with new bearings and bushings, most likely a new mainshaft will also be needed.
    Might see some other parts that are on their last legs while yo're in the belly of the beast... Shift Clutches takes a whooping and the forks are hi-ware items...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragstews View Post
    Looks a bit tried to me....

    Wouldn't be a bad idea to fresh up the tranny with new bearings and bushings, most likely a new mainshaft will also be needed.
    Might see some other parts that are on their last legs while yo're in the belly of the beast... Shift Clutches takes a whooping and the forks are hi-ware items...
    The tranny I can do in house....

    Im gonna new a few extra specialized tools to do the complete job though. I hope to get the engine off to the machinist this weekend then I can put the tranny on the bench

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    With the bottom end at the machinist, I had time to pull the tranny


















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