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    We continue with the sixth and final chapter of...

    We continue with the sixth and final chapter of the transmission restoration. All of the required shims have arrived and I will be combining them together based on my notes so that the fork placement...
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    In this episode we continue with the 5th part in...

    In this episode we continue with the 5th part in the transmission series, continuing from the counter-shaft assembly and installation. Now we move onto the shift forks. This begins with the...
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    This episode continues with the reassembly of the...

    This episode continues with the reassembly of the 4 speed transmission. This will deal with the counter-shaft assembly. This includes disassembly, cleaning, inspection, and reassembly. The ends of...
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    Part 12 has been posted to ...

    Part 12 has been posted to

    http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showthread.php?t=53163
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    In part 12 of this series where we will begin the...

    In part 12 of this series where we will begin the reassembly of the transmission with the arrival of the custom modified mainshaft from Ray [saddlebagrail]. The custom work and seals are evident...
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    You're welcome. More to come as I find time for...

    You're welcome. More to come as I find time for editing.... and building... and well work and stuff
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    Part 11 has been posted to ...

    Part 11 has been posted to

    http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showthread.php?t=53163
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    Part 11 continues the tear-down after the...

    Part 11 continues the tear-down after the disassembly from the transmission case. This will start with the disassembly with the kicker cover. The first observation is that the 40lb/ft nut is loose,...
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    This video starts a several part sub series that...

    This video starts a several part sub series that makes up the transmission restoration project for this motorcycle. As it was already discovered that the transmission had also suffered some degree...
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    Having removed the engine and primary in previous...

    Having removed the engine and primary in previous videos it was noticed that there was quite an amount of transmission oil everywhere requiring closer inspection. A first test of the actual gear...
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    Video part 8 posted to...

    Video part 8 posted to
    http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showthread.php?t=53163
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    Having separated the inner primary in the last...

    Having separated the inner primary in the last chapter, its now time to remove the engine from the frame. For this an engine stand will really become important to do so.

    I mark the hoses first,...
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    Video part 7 posted to ...

    Video part 7 posted to
    http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showthread.php?t=53163
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    In this episode of the project we will continue...

    In this episode of the project we will continue on with the removal of the primary, primarily in support of the removal of the engine so that it can be sent off for a bottom end rebuild. I will note...
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    Video Part 6 posted to ...

    Video Part 6 posted to
    http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showthread.php?t=53163
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    In this chapter we will be doing the standard...

    In this chapter we will be doing the standard rebuild for cleaning of an S&S Super E (shorty) carburetor. This carb has seen some considerable time in standing gas due to the bike sitting up due to...
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    Video Part 5 posted to ...

    Video Part 5 posted to
    http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showthread.php?t=53163
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    Part 5 continues with the removal of the cylinder...

    Part 5 continues with the removal of the cylinder on the front of the engine. This begins with the loosening of the base nuts with a 9/16 in a cross pattern slowly removing tension until all of the...
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    Counter cluster shimmed to .005, new shaft and...

    Counter cluster shimmed to .005, new shaft and seal
    https://i.imgur.com/ZaGvvawl.jpg

    Retaining bracket torqued to 105in/lb
    https://i.imgur.com/prmeZCHl.jpg

    Kick start gear components assembly...
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    Video Part 4 posted to ...

    Video Part 4 posted to

    http://http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showthread.php?t=53163
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    In part four, I find it necessary at this point...

    In part four, I find it necessary at this point to remove the oil bag so that I can bring it over to the bug ranch so that the ear can be welded. Removal of these units are not as obvious as one...
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    A Fine fit with independent rotation of the gear...

    A Fine fit with independent rotation of the gear and bushing on the shaft.
    https://i.imgur.com/nudMGD0l.jpg

    Retainer clip and further additions
    https://i.imgur.com/YDqImKjl.jpg

    Full Assembly...
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    Assembly of the countershaft was staged but there...

    Assembly of the countershaft was staged but there was a sizing issue with one of the bushings
    https://i.imgur.com/gfJnXIQl.jpg

    This one was just too big to fit
    https://i.imgur.com/GAskEHpl.jpg...
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    Part 3 posted in this thread ...

    Part 3 posted in this thread

    http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showthread.php?t=53163&p=820726#post820726
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    We begin this chapter by packing up and going off...

    We begin this chapter by packing up and going off to the machine shop where we meet with David Rumping who did the original machining will investigate the issue with the valve and front rocker noise....
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