Just done some more disassembly. It is pretty much in pieces now.
Just the valves are stil in the heads. I wil take them to my friend who has the special bauer
tool to remove them. Did not find anny more major problems except for the rockershaft who drives
the oil pump. There is some wear on the rocker but I don't think its to bad. there is however some excessieve play
between the end of the shaft and the bushing in the housing. The front of this shaft runs in a roller bearing but the back is
just a plain bush in the alluminium housing. I think I will machine a brass bush on the lathe to eliminate this wear.
Should I make use of the opportunity to change the needle bearings? When the compressor was still in one piece I could feel a little
play when I turned the flywheel back and forward. I dont know if this comes from the bearings but its in pieces now and I have access to them.
I cant seem to feel anny play on them now tough. The bearings are marked with a maker (INA) These are still in bussines today,so perhaps I can find them somewhere.
the front bearing of the oilpump drive shaft. There is rust!!
The red paint of the inside of the crankcases is cumming of. That cant be good. Maybe they switched from
miniral oil to synthetic and this oil ate the paint. I dont know. Here you can seen the plain bush for the rocker shaft in the housing.
things that wil need to be replaced. I am not sure about the needle bearings.