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Rolf Halvorsen

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About Rolf Halvorsen

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  1. Back to the original topic. There must be a design error to use this lockwasher in this position since more than me have "found" broken off lock tabs INSIDE of the CARC - where this piece of steel has caused critical damage til the pinion/crownwheel and bearings. I come to think it would be better to remove this lockwasher totally or replace it with an ordinary washer. This plus loctite only of the pinion nut only. It is not always belt AND suspenders are such a fine combination. Rolf
  2. In my opinion theese SKF-tools (KM 1, 2, 3, etc) has not the perfect form. Put the pipes in a lathe and remove the front 2-3mm. Thereby they will attach the peg screws better. And sometimes I had to reduce the outher diameter to get it into the house to attac the nut. And for the old 5-speed Tonti gearboxes - SKF did not had that dimension - so I ordered about 100 directly from the SKF tool factory to be produced according to my drawings. I hope that Pete still have them. Rolf
  3. Pete Then I can agree. This locking design is not the best I have seen around. But the real reason for one of the locking tabs to break loose - and make trouble elsewere - is that when you apply some "high" torque on the bearing locking nut - then you will apply some "high" friction on the lockwasher. In my case it was the locking tab inside of the lockwasher that had broken loose - and sometime later made trouble. Whenever I have this kind of lockwasher - then I apply some grease on it to reduce the friction from the nut. This friction reducing method is not mentioned anyw
  4. Hi Pete and the rest of you. A few years ago I was given a CARC that had some problems. I asked for this because I wanted to open it and try to find the reason why it had this damage. After a full dismantle - I saw that the pinion was damaged - and from a teeth from the lockwasher. I leant also that you could not buy a new pair of pinion/crown wheel. When you Pete talk about the need of tightening the locking nut with high torque + Locktite - I come to think I remember that there is no distance cylinder (+ shims) between the 2 pinion conical bearings. If you c
  5. Any shop can deliver theese. The part number 90401526 means: Inner diameter 15 - outer diameter 26. Rolf
  6. I suspect that the ignition sensor in front left og the engine is bad. Have seen similar behavior before. Article number is 01721600. The distance between the sensor head and the entrance should be aroung 0,5 - 0,7mm. Thin alunimum sheets help to get this correct. You also need a new O-ring to seal it against moist. Chime in if you need more details.
  7. I think the 16x1,78 means Ø16mm inside diameter with thickness 1,78mm. Rolf
  8. GU90706116 Stein Dinse in Germany reports: Moto Guzzi O-Ring 16x1,78 Rolf
  9. This is standard on all 5th gears. It is not dangerous - just put something in your ears. But the fix is to renew both 5th gears to get rid of the "high" noice. Rolf
  10. Thank you for telling us. The only way to increase learning - is to know how things can go wrong. Rolf
  11. Air in the system makes the slave cylinder not move enough.
  12. What if you have got air in the hydraulick system? Bleed the system.
  13. Interested in the TITANIUM racing ECU. Send me a PM. Rolf
  14. Maybe some misunderstanding. I was mainly interested in the damaged kit seen on the top of this site.It was adverticed in 2008 - and I would be interested if the price was much lower. Rolf
  15. What is your price + try to find a cheap way of shipping. I am in no hurry. Rolf Halvorsen, Dalborgvegen 288, 2817 Gjøvik, Norway rolf.halvorsenATmail.com
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