Puch moppen in former owner Kim's garage. Ref 1
|Puch Monza 1986
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The tires were worn out, the flashing indicators were destroyed because of down fall driving and rear wheel spokes were destroyed. But the engine started at once and went well in spite of the special muffler. I had to lower the price. Some round talk in
the basement about his
It was a person tractor a Volvo Duett. I understood that this should
never be ready. We went then inside the house and greeted his nice
mother. She offered coffee but I declined. We came to a deal, Father Kim
exhorted his son to take his own decision. Because of his boy was not
yet 18 the father was responsible. We wrote a receipt for 500 Skr
and I should come and fetch it next week. I had to rent a transporter in
order to bring the moped home.
I wish Kim all the best in life.
Checking up the moped
Buying spare parts and fixing the frame
The moped in my garage and the seat dismantled. This is only the beginning. Besides you see the frame kept up in the engine lifter. The frame is just newly painted.
Now I have come so far that I can start with wheels, front fork and engine.
Wheels, tires and front fork
big nuts on the steering handle. Now the absorber system, 2 pieces, can be taken away. Put it on your bench. In order to bring away the lower part of the fork I had to use 2 screwdriver according to the picture just to get a nut away. But first you must use a hexagon cage to loose a nut from locking position. Then you put in the 2 screwdrivers. One for locking the nut and the other to screw the notch. Screw clockwise!! to get the nut away. Now you can
Take away the seeger spring, see picture, and bring out the parts inside the sliding pipe. We have a problem here because it is hard reassemble as long as the sealing is left. You must open the sealing an bring out the parts. Be carefully so you don't destroy the outer pipe. If not you must buy a new one. So far, all parts are loose.
Eventually you dropped some of the balls for steering bearing. You never find them. Change instead to a closed axial bearing and everything will be easier till next time. Change also all rubber sealer and o-rings. Now it is only to have fun and reassemble it all again. I have mentioned the locking device, but this you have to solve yourself.
Now its time to leave garage and go inside and kiss wife, have a vodka and go to bed.
To bring out the engine and update the clutch.Now at last coming to the funny part, the engine. In order to bring it out of the frame. Note that I have used the moped for some time in order to locate if something is wrong. This was what I had to do.
Inside this cover there are several interesting things, First the kick system with it's chain. You can see the lathe dog and the gear wheel for the kick and how it is constructed so it can grip only one way. To the left in the last picture you can see an axle which has a notch. This is lifted with the help of clutch wire and the lever. Hard to understand just seeing this picture, but it shall lift this unit which have the effect to release the clutch.
Now I will show pictures dismantling the clutch unit
When you reassemble it is just to do the way back. To succeed to thread the nut I show one way to do, picture 9. According to no 9 be careful not get your finger squeezed. Mine are still ok. The clutch bearing is in place, next the seeger ring and lastly the shim. If you pull the bearing you have a play. That is what you get in the clutch handle.
The last things that I fixed
The new flash bulbs was mounted with 12 V and it showed up, impossible to find 6V with one filament of that type. I had as spare 6V 2 filaments so don't be sorry, I took away the contact on the bottom of the bulb. No I have flash bulbs for rest of my life. All other bulbs were easy to get.
During the time after this balance wheel has come of from its cone/wedge twice. Of course I have not mounted it proper. One has to be very carefully when putting on the balance wheel on the wedge. The axle cone must be proper cleaned with paint thinner so it is guaranteed free from fat, even the fat from your fingers.
God luck with your Puch.
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