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Offline Hubie

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Re: Crank balancing
« Reply #15 on: 03.08. 2012 14:03 »
Standard rods.  Pistons are 40 thou over and high comp.  Bike goes rather nice  *smile*
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Re: Crank balancing
« Reply #16 on: 04.08. 2012 10:03 »
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Can't make it to the Laverda Concourse this year. Have to go up the bush that weekend.

 Roger That Olev, my work may throw spanners in too, on both!
 
 I'm thinking I should add to balance story here, but need the relevance of the other posts , best I go back  over to The BSA A7 & A10 Forum > Technical > A7 & A10 Engine > Large Journal Conrod Big-end EYE size please , where previous posts are relevant.

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Re: Crank balancing
« Reply #17 on: 13.08. 2012 13:37 »
i had vibration like that on an a65 lightning...

   was the front wheel... took about a foot of solder...and then.......as smooooth as