My 1944 350WNG

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My 1944 350WNG

Postby HenkvanDijk » Fri Dec 15, 2017 5:22 pm

Since 2016 I am busy with the restauration of a WNG, which was imported from Myanmar to the Netherlands in 1993. Since then the bike was stored in a barn. In 2015 a friend of me, bought the bike together with a Matchless 3GL from 1943.
The dismantling of the bike is complete now, so from now on I hope to find the spare parts that I need. In the past time I already finished the restauration of the magdyno and the Burman gearbox.
I am looking in these months for parts for the engine, Girder suspension and frontbrake. So if someone can help me further? Please contact me. :P

Henk van Dijk, Middelburg, The Netherlands.

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Re: My 1944 350WNG

Postby admin » Sat Dec 16, 2017 10:50 pm

Exactly which bits ?
I think the club does the front brake plate and maybe some of the engine bits ?
The single spares chap sometimes has girder fork parts but that aren't too common ..

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Re: My 1944 350WNG

Postby HenkvanDijk » Thu Dec 21, 2017 3:54 pm

Hi John,

Thanks for replying.
I need a lot I think. For the engine following spareparts list sept.1944:
the big end complete no. 1080-29; the timing pinion no. 1770-34; woodruff key's S18-1; small end bush no. 1130-33; circlips no. 1716-31;
lockwasher mainshaftnut no 1299-28.
Frontfork: ballrace crown no.4820-36 (2); 4815-31; 4818-31; 4 bushes 0.608"; star washer.dummy no.no. 4668-35; felt washer no.4838-31 (2)
The inner drum is 1 1/8 inch deep. So I am looking for the linings no.4106-32 has to be 7/8 inch wide. With 1/2-inch shoes no.4106 32 to fit on the brake cam no.4115-36 . I also need the return springs no.41110-30; the cam, lever and rod. But the complete anchorplate would also be fantastic.

For the time being till the next fase of my project.

With kind regards,

Henk.

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Re: My 1944 350WNG

Postby nevhunter » Thu Dec 21, 2017 7:52 pm

In a general sense the engine parts are just NG. You might consider replacing both cam gears at the same time if you are interested in quietness.. Nev

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Re: My 1944 350WNG

Postby HenkvanDijk » Tue Dec 26, 2017 5:32 pm

Nevhunter, thanks for your advice.
Henk.


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