That's awesome! Glad I've bought some MLM parts, the whole JANUS team seem like such excellent people. Cheers
Nice! I wish I had time to do some more work on mine.. I recently bought a house and all my time and money is being dedicated to that, while the G3 sits in the garage..I was having a hell of a time with my decomp valve too. I had read all the posts about ditching it and plugging with a bolt. I didn't go that route, I took it out cleaned it up and bought a new cable. Seems to be working be
Hey Tucker,Just letting you know, if you haven't found one already, I see they are in stock at Treats again. I snagged one last night. Figured I'd let ya know.
On my Sachs G3 (505 1/D), the right sides pedal crank seems to consistently hit the flywheel cover and it's making a small curved indentation. There's a little bit of play laterally on the crank, but I can't imagine this is normal?I pulled the wedged cottar pin and and inspected to see if anything seemed abnormal, but looked fine. I bought the bike used, and the guy before me had
That's awesome to know they are still going to be making them! Thanks for the info, I'll keep an eye out on treats for when they are available.. or I'll go with the davinci possibly. I totally understand the production lag w/ Covid, it does suck, hopefully they've gotten through it without too many issues.I'm just curious, do you know if the MLM guys are also associated
I've been looking around for one as well, haven't had any luck.. do you know if they are they still being made? Although it goes to the left instead of right, I saw the MLM davinci, do you know if that'd work?
Don M,Thank you so much! That’s awesome you were able to find it so quickly, really appreciate it!
I apologize in advance if this is the wrong spot to post, just discovered this site after purchasing a used 1979 Sachs G3.I've fallen in love w/ tinkering around with it over the last couple weeks since I've gotten it.Somewhere along it's life, a previous owner seems to have "cut-off" the original muffler bracket. The mounting plate, bolts and part of the tube is still at