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Listerjag

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    Ossa MAR

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  1. Thanks for replies. I tried all sorts to seal spoke Chanel and then admitted defeat and troweled in windscreen sealer, then left it 2 days to set. sorted 😞
  2. Just a follow up, the Morad wasn't a straight fit to the Ossa rim. The wheel builder had to change the spoke angle by modifying the nipple holes/seats. I am having trouble sealing it as well. What is normal pressure loss I wonder? I think next move will be to remove the band and seal up the spokes as per Woody's advice.
  3. Thanks, I hadn’t considered the ring sealing. I’ll see what’s available oil wise around here.
  4. Thanks for your reply. So if I am running 80:1 with present jetting I would need smaller main jet?
  5. What would be advise re oil fuel ratio with synthetic oil for my Ossa 250 MAR please? Alistair
  6. Thanks, I think Forex is right, it’s too big an ask. I’ll wait till the bike gets here and measure up everything Maxton ask for. They said they can work upto an angle of 45 degrees. I was hoping there was someone on the forum that had fitted a set to same bike. Steve has used a different make of rear shocks. I think. Alistair
  7. Yes you are probably right. Once I’ve measured my own bike I’ll post the measurements in case someone else needs them. Thanks for the advice Alistair
  8. Looking for help, I have a Ossa tr-80 coming from Spain, it is several weeks away and I would like to get a pair of Maxton rear shock absorbers under way before it get here. The units are built to order, the information they need is; front and rear axle weight, swing arm pivot to rear axle swing arm pivot to bottom shock mount swing arm pivot to top shock mount shock absorber length top shock eye diameter and width bottom shock eye diameter and width. Any help would be much appreciated, thank you. Alistair
  9. Thanks Woody, Greg, that’s great information and advise. I have ordered a tubeless Morad rim and will be able to put all that great advice into practice, thank you for sharing your experience. Alistair
  10. Thanks Greg, yes I would like to use the non flanged rim. Did you rebuild the wheel yourself?
  11. I guess there are not a lot of tyre choices that aren’t tubeless.
  12. Thanks Woody, did you have someone supply and build the wheel or do it yourself? is it a worthwhile modification to do from your experience?
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