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    Mystery solved: Improperly machined countershaft...

    Mystery solved: Improperly machined countershaft gear cluster.
    I had an OEM gear with a broken tooth in my pile of parts. I compared it to the one that was installed in the gearbox, and lo and...
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    I've heard of that too, but the starter clutch is...

    I've heard of that too, but the starter clutch is OEM; I'm not sure about the countershaft gear. It was installed in the transmission when I acquired it. Ever hear of the same problem with the...
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    I've tried that, but the clutch gear still turns...

    I've tried that, but the clutch gear still turns in reverse. I get a few "clicks" as it starts to ratchet back and then it just grabs & turns. I had initially installed the gearbox and complete...
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    WLA kick starter problem

    I'm stumped. I rebuilt my 45 tranny in accordance with the manual. All clearances are correct, end play good, new countershaft, bearings & shifter clutches. Gears are good.
    I also replaced the...
  5. Thanks for the tips, Cotten. I did find that the...

    Thanks for the tips, Cotten. I did find that the cable sheath protruded too far into the spiral, not allowing full travel of the slide. The set screw is indeed on the bottom of the handlebar (no...
  6. Throttle cable movement... not enough! WLA/Linkert

    I am only getting 1& 1/16" of movement of the throttle cable on my 42 WLA. This is not enough (apparently) to operate the throttle from stop to stop. The carb is a brand new, surplus Linkert M-88....
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    WLA motor shop

    I'm looking for a shop in the Minneapolis area (within 200 miles) that can true my flywheels & line-lap my cases. Recommendations are appreciated! Thanks!
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