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Offline duTch

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Re: a10 plunger selector pawl
« Reply #15 on: 04.05. 2012 15:59 »
Hold up Mr Weeds- *eek*  6 (six) gears......???..... ???

Ah yeah gave up on food, had a slice of Pizza Ran inta ol'mate had a small bottle of jackD that I don't usually, saw lots of pretty girls,listened to some music, had some *beer*,tripped over a poof (one of those things that you put yer feet on to relax)chuckin' my mates-mate out of a dodgy bar, oh yeah went on the bike but stripped a gear cable last night in a storm stuck in top gear had to pedal harder----> all 6(six) gears ??? you got more toes or fingers or somethin' than me or did you fail grade one?? or got a 'special' box like a quaife 6 speed??? don't matter, if it works that's good......6?  - 4gears + 1 neutral =5,  *dunno* uhoh you got an extra neutral too ? + = 6. sorted=happy but,   please explain 6

or do you just have a dodgier humour than me?? sorry this's doing my head in maybe tomorrow will be different

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Re: a10 plunger selector pawl
« Reply #16 on: 04.05. 2012 17:09 »
Photos okay now Dutch.... much better!
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Re: a10 plunger selector pawl
« Reply #17 on: 04.05. 2012 17:47 »
 just joking dutch  *smiley4*
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Re: a10 plunger selector pawl
« Reply #18 on: 04.05. 2012 23:32 »
Thought as much, *clap* it's the kind of thing I'd come up with myself- so you must've got your tongue right :P
But have you been out and road tested, not forgetting oil, otherwise it can't leak?
 What was actually the cause of the grief?
 
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Re: a10 plunger selector pawl
« Reply #19 on: 07.05. 2012 09:27 »
the gearbox was joind to the engine i have just bought , bolts gearbox to engine were newish, and gasket sealer around the casings,aroused my intrest  ive never tackled a gearbox before ,it seems to be working ok now , ive had a rebore and new pistons, im painting the frame and tinwork now , so it will be a while before i can road test it so its fingers crossed . thanks again chaps
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Re: a10 plunger selector pawl
« Reply #20 on: 07.05. 2012 12:20 »
Six-speed Weeds,
                    Sounds like about the same stage as me except I just realised it's a friggin'public holiday in UK too.
   can't even circumvent the email process with a phone call to procure pushrods, have to  wait another day, but no matter will be tied up on a work gig now for a month.
 Good it seems ok that's about all I can determine with mine too.
Thanks too, to all who pitched in, I didn't mean to take over the whole game *eek*
 Cheers
Started building in about 1977/8 a on average '52 A10 -built from bits 'n pieces never resto intended -maybe 'personalised'
Have a '74 850T Moto Guzzi since '92-best thing I ever bought doesn't need a kickstart 'cos it bump starts sooooooooo(mostly) easy
Australia