Re: I need my Unit rebuilt, unit was knocked over and the...
Hey Jude Kelly, RE: your having broken your RT 7210-10 laser level - the ball bearings falling out almost certainly dooms your base unit; however, your transmitter may still be good. I am in need of a transmitter and if you wish to sell, please contact me at [email protected] Thanks.
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To put it in layman's terms it means tat the big end bearings are shot and it will be new bearings and crank shaft grind which leads to engine rebuild which leads to lots of dollars. I do not consider it a stupid question at all as it is a common statement by "shade tree mechanics" looking to make a fast buck at your expense.. It is best if you have a series of tests done to determine the condition of the engine first. Find yourself an accredited ,reputable mechanic and have the following tests done.1--- have a compression test (dry then wet) done to determine the condition of the rings and bores. IT will also find if there are cracks and head gasket problems( minimum psi should be around 120psi). 2--- have the oil pressure tested with a mechanical gauge to find the working oil pressure ( minimum idle pressure around 20psi) reduce the engine idle to as slow as possible and listen to any knocks in the motor. Pull the plug lead of each cylinder in turn and if the knock subsides it can be worn gudgeon (wrist pins) pins in the pistons. When you have the results from all these tests you will have a good guide as to rebuild, replace with a reconditioned engine or get a good unit from the wreckers.
most likely spun a rod bearing if the oil ran low..the oil amount is very small and leaks are deadly for small engines..be looking for another engine if youre gonna keep the bike..sorry the truth hurts abit..mine was a 76 honda 200 and a 79 kawasaki .. traded the 750 for a flatbed trailer I used behind my suburban for years..
Clutch slave cylinder rebuilds require the removal of the "secondary" drive unit, the right angle drive unit beside/aft of the left drivers foot peg. While you are in there, you need to check/fit the "Tracy Plug" and check for play in the output bearing.
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Install an external mechanical (yours is electro-mechanical) oil pressure gauge on the engine and read actual oil pressure. If it is below 15psi at normal idle warm, (I like a reading of 30 or above on jeeps) then you will need to determine the reason. Causes can range from worn bearings to obstructed oil pump pickup screen. Any knocking inside the engine tells you there is a bearing problem...really doesn't matter which bearing it is, likely all are worn and will need replacement, or engine needs rebuild or replacement. I've been doing this a long time and have found that in-car bearing replacement, unless done very early on and "matching" bearings to existing clearances, will most times relieve the problem for a few days or weeks and therefore is pretty much a waste of time and $. If mechanical gauge reads normally, likely the sending unit or the passage going to it is plugged or the unit itself is going bad.