I would suggest dropping the oil pan to clean out sediment before running the engine up to operating temperature.
Cranking and running the engine for 5-10 minutes doesn't evaporate moisture from the oil, so it has been accumulating for 25 years making goop in the pan.
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- Thu Jan 04, 2018 5:02 pm
- Forum: Motorcycling
- Topic: Grab your comfy chair for this one.....
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ZM, the assembly line safety man probably caught him bumping the crankcase with his hand and made him switch to a tap from the mallet. I did notice that the tap was very precise in force and direction. lol
- Wed Oct 18, 2017 6:22 pm
- Forum: Post 1970 Airheads
- Topic: Can't get neutral when hot
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Since aluminum (the trans case) expands (the case gets longer) at a much faster rate as temperature rises than steel shafts, the end float increases as the temperature of the transmission goes up. So its not your shim job!