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Re: Pusher vibration

Post by Mr Wazzock » Sat Aug 01, 2020 2:01 pm

This YT video implies at least 2009 (when it was uploaded)

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Re: Pusher vibration

Post by Hubie » Sun Aug 02, 2020 9:52 am

Snakeoil wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 10:47 am
Since you solved your problem, allow me to go off on a slight tangent. I see you have a LH chair on your Retro. Are the mounts factory? Or did someone modify your Retro? Is the door for the tub also on the left? I've never seen a LH Ural rig and am just curious.
The mounts are factory. The door is also on the left. They're sold this way for all models here in Australia. :D
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Post by Mr Wazzock » Sun Aug 02, 2020 6:09 pm

The LH sidecars are the exact mirror image of US etc. ones, including the lights. :D
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Re: Pusher vibration

Post by Snakeoil » Sun Aug 02, 2020 7:21 pm

Nice. Glad to here it is an OEM design. Thanks for the feedback.

I wonder what it would be like to jump on a rig with the hack on the left. I suspect it would like being my rig for the first time and feeling all the pulling and other directional changes that I don't even notice anymore.

Claus, you probably see rigs with hacks on both sides. Is it that way for you?
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Re: Pusher vibration

Post by Rich Maund » Mon Aug 03, 2020 4:44 pm

Just a suggestion. A touch of silicone grease on the lugs that plug into the donut will let them move easier with less wear to the rubber over time. I do the same with rubber cush drive blocks found in some shaft driven bikes and in some Royal Enfields. Prevents binding and wear. Its sold as dielectric grease under the Permatex brand in many auto parts stores. Handy for many things.
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Re: Pusher vibration

Post by Desantnik-VDV » Mon Aug 03, 2020 8:51 pm

Rich Maund wrote:
Mon Aug 03, 2020 4:44 pm
Just a suggestion. A touch of silicone grease on the lugs that plug into the donut will let them move easier with less wear to the rubber over time. I do the same with rubber cush drive blocks found in some shaft driven bikes and in some Royal Enfields. Prevents binding and wear. Its sold as dielectric grease under the Permatex brand in many auto parts stores. Handy for many things.
Good suggestion, Rich!

I never thought of using Permatex Dielectric on rubber parts. Have a tube from 2004 sitting in my garage, used on/around Ural electric contact boots, on outside car battery wires...
Not long ago when I greased the splines on GearUp at the same time removed and reinstalled the doughnut but used what I had - threadmill belt silicone oil.
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