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Original Post (Thread Starter)
by reverb
Hi; I want to buy one in fine condition.

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by Mike Baker
Mike Baker
You've added nothing of value to Fernando's inquiry, Mr Zuniga

650's and 750's were 82mm stroke. And stroke IS crank related.

The change from inch to metric timing side bearings happened in 71. On 650's.

A change in bearing clearance for 750's happened around 76.

I take issue with your initial response because I (and others) have a lot of time invested in helping Fernando have a successful outcome with his T140. You spouting nonsense will do nothing to achieve that end.

"Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt"
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by GrandPaul
Originally Posted by Mike Baker
I take issue with your initial response ...

My initial response did not DIRECT him to do anything, and did not give any false information, it was just a comment regarding differences that exist between models.

As you so eloquently stated - THERE ARE INDEED DIFFERENCES.

I think your reaction is over the top.
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