Update: Finally Got it started. Weird noise. Need advice.

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Re: Update: Finally Got it started. Weird noise. Need advice.

Post by Peter Pan » Tue Jan 28, 2020 11:41 am

You attended the whining. Good.
I have a question regarding your video from Dec 31st:
Has there be done a clutch repair recently?
The "clickering" sounded to me like when the clutch splines have been recently cleaned out... have heard that now 3 times that in the very first few days the clutch gets the clonking of a Ducati in neutral. Once there gets some friction plate dust into the splines the clutch becomes silent again.
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Re: Update: Finally Got it started. Weird noise. Need advice.

Post by backpacks_got_jets » Tue Jan 28, 2020 12:26 pm

No i haven't gone anywhere near the clutch. The nasty metal rattle I believe was the alt drive gear not seating fully against the timing gears because the drive bearing was torn apart.

I think once this is put back together with non-destroyed parts she'll act like normal.
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Re: Update: Finally Got it started. Weird noise. Need advice.

Post by Peter Pan » Tue Jan 28, 2020 12:44 pm

good luck.
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Sophie Travelair = Patrol 2013
8 weeks 12.000km Oregon-Alaska-Oregon
With a DIY foam air filter the rig runs well even in tropical rain = :moto:
Final drives: 1. at 5000km, 2. at 34.000km(+friction plates) 3. at 42.386km
transmission: 1. 40.000km. 2. installed
Engine: 1. 43.388km crank replacement: Back on the road since 23.Okt.2019 :party:

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Re: Update: Finally Got it started. Weird noise. Need advice.

Post by backpacks_got_jets » Tue Jan 28, 2020 12:47 pm

If anyone's got a denso alternator drive adapter for sale or salvage drop me a line :)

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Re: Update: Finally Got it started. Weird noise. Need advice.

Post by jeffsaline » Tue Jan 28, 2020 4:39 pm

backpacks_got_jets wrote:
Tue Jan 28, 2020 12:47 pm
If anyone's got a denso alternator drive adapter for sale or salvage drop me a line :)
What exactly is wrong with your drive coupler? Is it broken or just a bit wallowed out from a bearing spinning or something similar?

I replaced the bearings in the coupler on my 2010 Gear Up last week. I didn't look really closely at the bearing cavity with the question of if it had enough meat to be sleeved if needed but I kind of recall I think it does. It would probably be a pretty easy job to resleeve one if needed. I've resleeved other bearing cavities on machines but haven't had to do any on a Ural, yet.

I did use Krytox GPL205 grease on the new bearings. My old bearings spun well but when I removed them there was a burnt smell from between the bearings. I could tell the bearings had got hot.

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Re: Update: Finally Got it started. Weird noise. Need advice.

Post by Peter Pan » Thu Jan 30, 2020 1:44 pm

Locktite 640 is "very often" good for sloppy bearing nests. I had only few worn bearing nests over the years I own my machine shop, where there was a real need to turn a new nest.
Sophie Travelair = Patrol 2013
8 weeks 12.000km Oregon-Alaska-Oregon
With a DIY foam air filter the rig runs well even in tropical rain = :moto:
Final drives: 1. at 5000km, 2. at 34.000km(+friction plates) 3. at 42.386km
transmission: 1. 40.000km. 2. installed
Engine: 1. 43.388km crank replacement: Back on the road since 23.Okt.2019 :party:

The Avatar are 2 rice grains stating life's essence:
"The most important you cannot see!"
=> Attitude makes the difference!

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