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63a10r

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tranny conversion
« on: 09.08. 2007 02:59 »
ok you bsa junkies, got a question for yas. what (if anything)can be done to convert a superrocket trans (std 2) to main and layshaft needle bearings? gimme some good news, im almost done with my driveline, and am ready to mount it in my brand new custom rigid bobber frame.
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Offline Pollock

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Re: tranny conversion
« Reply #1 on: 10.08. 2007 05:01 »
Hey Ed.
This isn't really what you asked for but worth a read. There is a chart you want to click on and save comes in very handy.
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http://www.geocities.com/beezabill/billsgearbox_files/chart1.jpg
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Re: tranny conversion
« Reply #2 on: 23.08. 2007 23:38 »
Maybe check with srm uk for info.
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Re: tranny conversion
« Reply #3 on: 08.09. 2007 18:37 »
Your STD T.2 is already fitted with needle bearings on both shafts.
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