1946 WL gearbox problem

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Hans

1946 WL gearbox problem

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Post by Hans » Sat Apr 07, 2007 10:41 pm

Post by Hans on May 12, 2004, 6:56am

Hi

Well, I have some problems with my Flathead 46WL gearbox, hope you can help me.
The gearbox is totally restored with new “NOS” parts inside.

The problem is :
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When I shift from 2’nd gear to 3’nd gear, it gives a high “klunk” from the gearbox.
Shifting between the other gears is working total perfect. Also when I shift from neutral
to 1’st gear there is no problem at all. It only when I shift from 2’nd to 3’nd gear I can
hear this “klunk” noise from the gearbox.
After disassembling the gearbox ( again ) I found that the Clutch gear ( 2513-41 ) and the
Shifter clutch, 2nd & high ( 2298-41 ) was worn.

What to do???????
Hope somebody can help me…

Some additional information :
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The bike is totally original restored. ( no special modifications, or custom builds )
The gearbox is include “reverse gear”, and it works also perfect.
I use a 31 tooth front engine sprocket
My clutch is working fine, and adjusted correct.
I have adjusted the gearbox correct in additional to the service manual etc.

HOPE SOMEBODY CAN HELP ME.

Hans

Post by sleeper on May 14, 2004, 5:30am

Hans, Sounds like you answered your own problem. Replace your worn parts. You can find the parts at http://www.jwboon.com
Also check your endplay at your clutch basket, & sprocket.

Post by elky on May 21, 2004, 2:41am

If the reverse was added it is usally diffrent from the spaser it replaced and the end play will have to be corrected with a shim kit. also check the spacing on the forks. you will have to mske up some gages. see the TM



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