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Dragged em out of the closet and cleaned em up. $100 plus shipping
Holy bagoly.Ok hang on there brother. There's two ways to go about this that are way easier than the struggle you're having. But for what it's worth, freewheels are super cheap and worth replacing in this situation anyway.Option one: those two dots spin the bearing cover off and it's reverse threaded. You can literally use just a screw driver and a hammer to bop it free I'
I have a set of black ones. Someone message me tomorrow to remind me to take some pics of them while I'm at the shop
Carefully removed with all bits,, wiring, and brackets intact. 80 shipped each?
Za #2. No clutch bell or main gear. Same price.
Za #1. Pretty much complete. Have cover. Top end not included. $100 picked up or $135 shipped.
This is the other still available
Two za left. This one, pretty much complete. Has cover.
Replace all the parts you want, but angel still bad
As a competitive offer, anyone who buys a bike from me will get a free shit at no additional expense.
I'm on the edge of my seat
So, I wrote that guide as I work almost exclusively in puchs and the main takeaway I was trying to convey was the relation to which forks go with what fenders.Free spirits have two different forks and only the regular free spirt uses the combos it does.Free spirit deluxe uses the exact same fender and forks as a magnum 2Regular free spirit has a lower fender brace that is exactly like a maxi lower
Yeah, it can be a pain. But basically you want to make fir sure the seat is clean, the needle straight, and the floatshouod be perfectly level when upside down
It will literally fall right off once you peel up the rubber ring. Thin tipped flat head is all you need
Jeez. I've always just wedged em on and off with a big flat head. Never crossed my mind you'd need a special tool
I have a set of picks with various angles I use for all kinds of stuff, and one of those will get your o ring out in a second. Or a really fine tipped flathead.
Neither are oil injected. No clue on bushing size.
Za 1 and 3 are still available.E50 sold, za2 sold
Za3. Have a cover for this one too. Trans parts are there.
Za2. This one was half worked on but running prior
Za1. I have covers for these too
4 left. 3 stock za50s, one e50.The e50 looks to be bored for a gila. Was rebuilt at some point as it has newer case hardware and an aftermarket crank.The zas are all bone stockThese should all be considered "parts motors" because I have no idea their story, except one of the zas I put a new wrist pin bushing in and maybe pucks but I don't remember because it's been years.$100 e
It was an absolute blast messing around with this thing but I have other obligations at the shop as well. $1400 OBO open to trades as wellPush start e5050cc kitHeavily modified garelli swingarmReconditioned 17" spokesBrand new 15mm SHA carb and intakeHeavily modified proma circuit performance exhaustTuned clutch with ESO springsMagneto powered lightsNew ignition13/48 gearing all newNew cables
They're all supposed to match. Engine, frame, plate.
Somewhere buried in the shop I have a moby leovinci low pipe still in the quarter kick box
The buzzeti ones really are top quality. Better than stock, waaaay better than the cheaper ones. I've got a bucket full of stock ones if you really want one but I'm telling ya, the buzzetis are where its at
Well, treats and mlm to be specific. But what the hell do they know about moped parts. Its not like I would know anything about it being hands on with product development and a block away from where its all made. This county is a manufacturing Juggernaut. We have some of the best fabricators and 3d printers in the country here making your moped parts.I wasn't here to shit on your parade, I
> classic carl jepsen wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> how much does it pay?LOL!