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It's the GK76A mate. While you've got it apart replace all the carb o rings, it'll make a phenomenal difference to the running.

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 Cheers Gary,

I hope just to get it running lol , untill i split the engine and see what damage has been done by the bearings i will have to wait and see, but yes, on reading through passed threads the carbs o rings is a must
Any other words of wisdom

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Well started the strip. sump off and guess what no surprise it was full of the shreaded bearing casing, so onwards and up wards casings off more crap stuck everywhere. On looking at the oil pump filter being very fine im hopping than no more crap has gone up,,,,, will see. will take the pump off and have a lokk whilst it is apart.

Then the f,,ing and blinding started. could i get the fecking gen cover off could i feck even using the puller with a few nuts in^%!^£%!^£%!^£%! bastards,,,,,,,, so left it and walked a way before i got the hammer on it

so any bright ideas or hints

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 oops not he best of pics phone camra will take some more pics with the camra thursday when i BEAT FECK out of it emoticon
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gary you should be able to get the shaft out with just removing the clutch. Badger send me a pm with your mobile number in. I will give you a parts breakdown of what you need. With part numbers just need to know the year and if its standard or sp model . You will need a bolt in puller to remove the bits you are gonna bash. It has magnets in that if broken means its had it. You will need bearing pullers a bearing seperator a dremel with cutting disc etc etc.

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Hi Stripes pm sent emoticon


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last one i did was for vivo on his. just been race builds since then and my 442. gimme a call. if you cant get me as networks crap at the minute gimme a text

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gary you should be able to get the shaft out with just removing the clutch. Badger send me a pm with your mobile number in. I will give you a parts breakdown of what you need. With part numbers just need to know the year and if its standard or sp model . You will need a bolt in puller to remove the bits you are gonna bash. It has magnets in that if broken means its had it. You will need bearing pullers a bearing seperator a dremel with cutting disc etc etc.



Yea someones still got my bolt-in flywheel puller tool?
Would like it back please.

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furry wrote:

quote:

stripes1976 wrote:

gary you should be able to get the shaft out with just removing the clutch. Badger send me a pm with your mobile number in. I will give you a parts breakdown of what you need. With part numbers just need to know the year and if its standard or sp model . You will need a bolt in puller to remove the bits you are gonna bash. It has magnets in that if broken means its had it. You will need bearing pullers a bearing seperator a dremel with cutting disc etc etc.



Yea someones still got my bolt-in flywheel puller tool?
Would like it back please.



was that the one you gave me stripes? damn have to find my mate and get it back now! emoticon emoticon

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well made a puller up today, which worked with a 10 ton puller onit emoticon and that only just managed to do the job

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so manage to take take the other 2 screws out to release the casing , the only damage i could see was a crack in the casing where the cog had rubbed against it

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most of the bearing casing had been shreaded and was in the bottom of the sump.
heated the shaft to remove the spacer and whot was left of the bearing

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thats all for today emoticon
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