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About luca.stere

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    Russian Bike Nut

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  • My Bike(s)
    Ural M72, Ural M63, Ural M??
  1. He said to buy both engines because every version have their advantages or disadvantages.
  2. You have a K750 whit short frame that is matching the rear two piece fender and M72 style foot brake lever. It looks like a bike made from parts, the gearbox is the right one but it does not have reverse gear, only Dnepr gearbox had reverse gear. The exhaust is not for K750, it has Dnepr pipes and muffler from other brand. Take care for the rear shocks, they are hard to find and you have the original K750 shocks. Put some more pics, this way we can tell if parts are not correct.
  3. It looks nice, we will see the new features.
  4. I think is the came profile, the MT 10-36 has narow lobs.
  5. Yes, a lathe is very usefull, I hope in the winter I will have more time to exercise.
  6. Another important job done to this gearbox is the repairing of the clutch hub bearing, you have the info in this clip on youtube: And the foot selector painted:
  7. With that small lathe I have repaired the outside shifting mechanism, watch the clip on youtube: Also some pictures:
  8. Still working, a little polish for the front seal bush. As you can see I am using a small lathe bought it three months ago, very usefull even without experience. Front bearing:
  9. The keys from the secondary shaft were worn out: So I changed them:
  10. The rear primary shaft bearing NJ204: Pressed in the housing, as you can see the housing was pressed out from the gearbox and rectified, I will explaine later:
  11. This is an Ural 650 M67, they were produced from 1974 or 1976 until the '90s.
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