Whether engine, gearbox, electrics, brakes… Get into technology with us. Everything about the small boxer engine.
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We start in loose order: engine bodywork, axle cuff, oil and brake service, handbrake adjustment and much more.
The construction of an engine for the Puch 500 or Haflinger can only be described to a limited extent in a contribution, a joint overhaul with an experienced screwdriver is preferable to all theory. Consider that the parts are expensive and rare, the probability of error can usually be reduced by experience. Many thanks to the experienced screwdrivers, especially Erwin and Heinz for their always open ear and their esteemed answers. And to the classic car practice with a comprehensive contribution about the small boxer engine.
Time: 20 – 40 hours
Cost: 200 – 3,000 euros
Tool: standard, spare parts catalog, torque wrench 10-400 Nm, fine measuring tools, piston ring clamping belt, div. Holding and assembly aids
In this article we deal with topics such as field coils, anchors, coals, but then also air gap, anchor turning off, collector saw, closed ball bearings, insulator discs, strong soldering iron, counter holder fan wheel, abrasion, 20 amperes… Our thanks go to our 2 Bosch specialists G&G.
Work: 2 – 10 hours Material: 20/30 – 180/350 Euro Tool: standard plus soldering iron, mounting mandrel
Which tyres does a Haflinger belong to? Often terms such as maloya, semperite or gear tyres fall. At the Haflinger meetings you can see the great variety. Normal exits create all, exceptions are only with mud and mud. And at the price. In this article, we limit ourselves to the serial dimensions of 12 and 13 inches. Many thanks to Bernd, Felix and Lorenz for their cooperation.
Work effort: — Material: 250 – 800 Euro Tool: none –> Assembly operation
Who doesn’t know? Poor braking effect, grinding noise, long pedal path
What does the brake anchor plate and the setting eccentric have to do with it? The anchor plate is rarely straight and the eccentrics do not always perform their function. Our thanks for the impulse for this project goes to an experienced “bunny” in the Ruhr area.
Work effort: 2-3 hours Material: 0-50 Euro Tool: standard plus self-construction test facility