Coffee Phil wrote:Hi CL,
Good news I guess. Enjoy it while it is working right and hope for the best. I never like things to "fix" themselves. I worry that the problem will come back.
fixing the bent idler wheel arm did improve things a lot, but it was still slow. I also noted that the motor
was not sitting straght on the rubbers, so I packed with rubber washers as IMO the rubber mounts had gone a bit soft. With the motor
square and the idler square the speed was only slightly slow, so as an experiment I tried putting a soft rubber belt round the idler wheel as a tyre to see if it helped, but the TT ran much slower so I removed the tyre. I cant help thinking that maybe the idler has suffered a bit of creep, but with use somehow this has stopped