Does it come with fries🍟
When I refitted my kitchen, I repurposed the old electric oven into my garage, you can get a 1/2 unit crankcase in. Not with enough room to cook a roast dinner at the same time, like Don has😊, but it will go in.One thing I really miss about Canada is the large north American type ovens. Cant fit that into our little European ones...
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The timing side (ed. ball) bearing was almost always C3. The change was the roller bearing.
Not for the 60-7362 T.S. roller bearing! It was specified as CN!
Hello Don,Sorry Mick, I didn't attach my work sheet. It's there now.
Just as an update, I measured the "O" rings that I'm currently using, and they are 12mm I/D and 1.4mm X section (0.472", 0.055"), fitted to an end cap, the O/D of the ring is 0.645", but there is obviously room for the ring to be compressed sideways in the groove.Hello Don,
Would you believe, I just used my last 2 stainless end caps on a motor, so can't re-measure! Still, they are copies of the old type ones I have removed, where the bottom of the groove o/d is 0.555", same as yours, but the groove width is 0.067", some 7 thou wider than yours. That said, the 70-3253 "O" rings were used to 1971, the 60-3548 being listed from 1972, though the spindle did not change until 1973 with the scrolling. Mind you, that is according to the parts books, they really have to be taken with a pinch of NaCl. I have not had a problem using 70-3253's in all instances (at least the ones I have been supplied), though I always very lightly radius the edge of the rocker hole with fine emery and assemble with grease and the factoy tool.
30,000 plus on mains but that might go either side. I have had to replace the roller which had failed but also replaced the good ball side. The new bearings have been in a long time so far. I doubt they will need changing in my lifetime now. I do thrash around a lot but might be slowing down as i approach 68 this year. My engine oil is now changed at under 1000 miles just because it is such a low price and i have drums of it in the garage.That may be too general a comment.
They CAN have a long life, IF the bike owner does regular maintenance, using good quality lubricants, and doesn't thrash the engine mercilessly...
Yep, regardless of how well a bike is maintained, they can go south when stored, especially if improperly stored.I had one T120r and at 10,000 miles, the ball side had failed. It was 7 years old but had been laid up. One ball had rusted. It ran for a few minutes and the noise was enough to shut it down for rebuild.