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After I will finish the Ural M63 I will begin a new project: my second Ural M72. I have tested the few spare parts I have in order to see if I have problems with the frame, but I am lucky, the frame is in a good shape:
As you may now the Ural/Dnepr gearboxes can have oil leaks through the clutch bearing housing of the gearboxes. The reason for that is the bearing housing wich is worn in the interior because of the movement of the clutch bearing: So I have dismounted the bearing housing from the gearbox, in order to do that the best way is to put a cylinder in the gearbox as a counter force, heating the area with a torch and after that you can extract whitout problems the bearing housing: So, a turner has machined this part and intoduced inside a cast iron cylinder which is more resistant the then aliminium:
I am selling my Ural M63 (year 1969) wich is completely rebuilt from zero. Price: 3000 euro (whitout shipping). Rebuilt engine with new pistons, Goetze rings, new timing gear, rectified tapets, new valves, guydes and rectified seats, new bearings, new wiring. The gearbox is in a very good condition, new bearings and seals. Final drive has new gears (8/37), new seals and the shaft has new cardan joint spider. The wheels have new spokes, almost new drums, new brake shoes, new bearings, new russian tires and tubes. The front forkes has rectified pipes, new seals and new bushes. The rear suspension has new shock absorber. The frame is in a very a good condition, it was not damaged. The bike is painted black with the white lines on the gas tank like the original one. For more informations you can ask or folow the link ( http://www.russianir...showtopic=15431 ) where you can find more than 500 hundred pictures with the rebuilt process. The bike has new documents recognized by UE legislation (Romania is in the European Comunity). Phone: 0040 736 128 764 Email: email@example.com Location: Bucharest, Romania