76 750 needs some help

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fredgarvin
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76 750 needs some help

Post by fredgarvin »

Greetings,
I have a 76 750 that has not been run since 1995 with 21k on it that needs some engine work ie. crank seals and possibly some mild porting. Every thing works: spins over, has spark etc. Can any one provide a one stop source that might be able to accomplish this? I am looking for engine work only. I will be restoring the remainder on my own.
Thanks for your input.
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Re: 76 750 needs some help

Post by jabcb »

Would help to know what part of the country you are in.
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fredgarvin
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Re: 76 750 needs some help

Post by fredgarvin »

Western slope of Colorado, (7200 ft. msl) hence, the need for some mild porting and the correct carb jetting. I made contact with Jemco and digested a lot of info from this forum, so I see the need for shipping. I would like to get the logistics worked out to limit the complexity with a project such as this.
Hope this helps.
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