For all that relates to both Armstrong MT 500 and Harley Davidson MT 350
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nige wrote: â†‘
Tue May 01, 2018 2:06 pm
Hi. Just wondered what sort of gearbox trouble and if it was the preventative type? I always thought the transmissions were fairly bullet proof? Nige.
Yep pretty bullet proof Nige, over tight chains can prematurely wear the final drive bearing which is an expensive NJ205 E Roller bearing. Ive seen many that were overhauled by MOD base workshops/civi contracts with a run of the mill ball bearing which isn't up to the job...
Repairing this would gave been cheaper than a new engine Keith!!
Hope you'll still loiter with intent around the forum and say hello at ride outs in your neck of the woods!
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See you at north wales
Lets get out there and Tw^t it!!
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shame you got rid of your mt keith,
hope you still biking on summat else though,
all the best,
born to be waserk
thank god for atheism.
sometimes your front legs need to be stiff and the fur on your arse vertical.
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