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Re: Possibly Helpful Stuff

Posted: Tue Mar 16, 2010 1:07 pm
by Sgt440
I just put the John Deere hoses on mine. I do like the looks of them on the rig. :-D

Re: Possibly Helpful Stuff

Posted: Tue Mar 16, 2010 8:19 pm
by JohnBG
Sgt440 wrote:I just put the John Deere hoses on mine. I do like the looks of them on the rig. :-D
Yeah, they are all right here... Link: http://www.sovietsteeds.com/forums/view ... f=5&t=8571

Re: Possibly Helpful Stuff

Posted: Tue Mar 16, 2010 9:00 pm
by Sgt440
The music in the 750 videos is more upbeat. Kinda like porno music. :lol:

Re:Possibly Helpful Stuff- replacement brake pad spring from

Posted: Sun May 16, 2010 6:02 pm
by co_g30
I recently damaged one of the springs that provide tension on the drum brake pads.

The nearby Ural dealers did not have them in stock and I was almost going to mail order them when a fellow Uralisti (thanks S854 aka Craig) said he'd heard that a BMW /5 used the same type of springs on their drum brakes.

I gave the BMW dealer a call and picked up a brake pad spring for a 1975 R75 motorcycle.

BMW p/n 34-21-1-457-091 and it was $2 cheaper than the Ural spring! Hah!

It was a bit shorter than the Ural spring but I think that's because the Ural spring that was undamaged had gotten stretched a bit from over 18km of usage. It went on just fine and in minutes my brake pads were back in place and wheel mounted. I've been riding on it for two days now with no issue.

http://redlegsrides.blogspot.com/2010/0 ... -that.html

Re: Possibly Helpful Stuff

Posted: Wed May 19, 2010 3:32 pm
by sputnik
the replacement sealed wheelbearing is national 204f . fits my new 08 .i think its the same size as the 650's.

Re: Possibly Helpful Stuff

Posted: Thu May 20, 2010 10:17 pm
by sergeantbrown
Saw this list for the first time last night. I needed a set of fuel filters and wanted metal so I wrote down the listed NAPA #3027 part number. Forget it. #3027 is a full size car filter fitting 5/8 ID fuel line.

Sarge

Re: Re:Possibly Helpful Stuff- replacement brake pad spring from

Posted: Tue Sep 21, 2010 3:20 am
by teresap989
co_g30 wrote:I recently damaged one of the springs that provide tension on the drum brake pads.

The nearby Ural dealers did not have them in stock and I was almost going to mail order them when a fellow Uralisti (thanks S854 aka Craig) said he'd heard that a BMW /5 used the same type of springs on their drum brakes.

I gave the BMW dealer a call and picked up a brake pad spring for a 1975 R75 motorcycle.

BMW p/n 34-21-1-457-091 and it was $2 cheaper than the Ural spring! Hah!

It was a bit shorter than the Ural spring but I think that's because the Ural spring that was undamaged had gotten stretched a bit from over 18km of usage. It went on just fine and in minutes my brake pads were back in place and wheel mounted. I've been riding on it for two days now with no issue.

http://redlegsrides.blogspot.com/2010/0 ... -that.html
Such a very amazing link!
Thanks you for the post.





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Re: Possibly Helpful Stuff

Posted: Thu Dec 16, 2010 4:37 pm
by co_g30
sorry if a repeat but ....

the honda p/n for their M14 crush washers for our rigs' oil drain plugs: 94109-14000

wagner's Flicka tells me they work best and last longer.

Re: Possibly Helpful Stuff

Posted: Sun May 08, 2011 9:54 am
by Norms 427
Final Drive.

The oil seal that keeps the final drive lubricant from getting past the splines into the brake area (and then down an overflow drain tube that exits approx 1.5" in front of the final drive drain bolt) is Napa P/N 17750, about $10. It's 60 x 45 x 8.

Re: Possibly Helpful Stuff

Posted: Mon Jul 04, 2011 11:04 am
by Scott
AND PLEASE add where you are from and the year and type motorcycle you have somewhere in your tagline/profile. There maybe someone in your neck of the woods that can ride over and help you out...

Re: Possibly Helpful Stuff

Posted: Wed Jul 06, 2011 12:20 pm
by JPanyon
Alternator, Generator, Starter
Repair part source, with pictures and some dimensional drawings.

http://www.alternatorsparts.com/products.htm

John Panyon

Re: Possibly Helpful Stuff

Posted: Sun Sep 11, 2011 7:00 pm
by gobium
Thanks good infos

Re: Possibly Helpful Stuff - Keihin Carb Parts

Posted: Sun Nov 13, 2011 9:49 pm
by doug
The 2004 and 2006 Suzuki LT-A400 four wheelers (and some other models) use the same Keihin CVK32 carburetor that the late model Urals do. My local Suzuki/Yamaha/Kawasaki dealer actually had some parts for the carburetors on the shelf (the tiny little idle mixture screw O-ring for example :clap: ) and parts can be ordered on line at a discount if you can wait for delivery. Below is link to a parts fiche for the carburetor from Suzuki Parts Nation website, the dealers use the same parts fiche.

http://www.suzukipartsnation.com/pages/ ... 6011010012

Doug

Re: Possibly Helpful Stuff

Posted: Thu Jan 05, 2012 1:42 am
by Stormtrooper
Crankcase breather hose (fitting to air filter box) NAPA part no 28401 at 78 cents a foot.

Re: Possibly Helpful Stuff - Tank balance line quick disconn

Posted: Fri Jan 06, 2012 4:14 pm
by doug
If you don't want to spend a fortune, McMaster Carr sells quick disconnect fittings that are probably the same ones that Raceway, Sprucegoose Aviation (?), etc. are reselling. I bought these and the parts have been in service on my rig for more than two years now with no leaks or problems. I am not where I can measure it at the moment but I'm pretty sure the balance (cross over) line is 1/4 ID and these are what I bought:

5012K85 1/4 ID hose barb plug with shutoff valve (male) $5.86 each
5012K82 1/4 ID hose barb socket with shutoff valve (female) $6.67 each

Acetal bodies, stainless latch, and Buna-N O-rings, are all resistant to gasoline and weather. Shipping was less than $5.

Doug