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I live just 30 miles down the A71 from Edinburgh.
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I can now confirm that the rear wheel sprocket from an Armstrong MT500 fits a Harris Matchless, which simplifies chain and sprocket replacement. Why is it that whenever I fix a fault or find a solution to a problem, another one appears? I now know that I need to replace the rear brake shoes too. John
Hi Joe, I had a look at my Harris Matchless sprockets. The front one has 18 teeth, and the rear 46 with an 18 inch rear wheel. Of concern, when I looked closely, is that while the rear sprocket is the standard Triumph item and is slightly over 8mm thick, the front sprocket appears to be a Rotax item...
Hi Joe, As I said in the last post, I'll try to check over the weekend. Have you seen the site http://archives.jampot.dk/Technical/HarrisG80/parts_lists/Alternative_parts.pdf It indicates that the rear sprocket and chain are the same as the Harris Triumph Bonneville. The problem (as I'm sure you kno...
Hi Joe, Sorry, only just noticed your question about sprocket sizes. I've locked up outside, but will try to check over the weekend. However, today I was fitting two rebuilt wheels to my Harris Matchless. I sent them off for stainless rims in February and they've only recently been finished. A beaut...