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June 2nd, 2014, 12:19 PM   #11
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Could he not have just pointed that out instead of all the carry on? Somebody that has never had such an early design would have never thought that the crank didn't have an oil supply of some sort! I did have the idea ( possibly from somewhere on this forum) that early models relied on splash lubrication and this made them unreliable but i just took it for granted they were talking about the top end! On top of that i own two 99 bergs, maybe i should know better also!

Had this information been given earlier, perhaps they both could have saved face?!

That said, he still wants to know where he can get a rod for his bike! I have one here as my 99 400 is in bits but sadly for him i plan to put it back together someday!

Best of luck Rui with your pursuit of parts, im sure you will get the help you are after!
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no you did not!

you were explaining the OIL FEED to him.

you've been wrong that many times you don't know when you're deluding yourself anymore.

YOU GOT IT WRONG.

you're always getting it wrong and from now on I'm going to point it out to you everytime.

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June 3rd, 2014, 02:03 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by Taffy View Post
no you did not!

you were explaining the OIL FEED to him.

you've been wrong that many times you don't know when you're deluding yourself anymore.

YOU GOT IT WRONG.

you're always getting it wrong and from now on I'm going to point it out to you everytime.

WAFW

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LOL

one day in another life you may possibly understand there is no such thing as being "wrong" in sharing generic information

it doesn't matter the slightest about oil feed I simply gave Generic information applying to all big end pins being used in an application they were not designed for

this is useful information that can be used by anybody .. not just poor rui

note the wording below

from the real machinist:

if the big end oil holes do not align take a 3mm diamond coated spherical burr in a die grinder and grind a 1-2mm deep groove in the ID of the crank pin bore to connect the oil passages. if the oil passages require enlarging use diamond coated burrs, if the pin is too long grind it down, if the pin is up to 4mm too short split the difference either side and weld the pin ends.
Originally Posted by bushmechanic View Post
if the OD isn't right that's fixable too

the only joke is that a "real mechanic" can't make it work
there are things "wrong" in this thread

1) assumption that it isn't possible to modify a pin for use outside its intended application

2) failure to explain why a "real mechanic" can't figure out a simple machining task

3) withholding useful information that would help the OP locate the required parts

4) Abuse and obscenities which on balance make the site look like a pigsty



now taffymiesters .... ! o wise and venereal one .. lets address one of those points: are you going to explain why you and only you as a "real mechanic" can't figure out how to use a pro x big end pin in a 400 rebuild or are you persisting with being an Abusive Unhelpful Wanker ?



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