OK, i get the message. Thanks for the heads up. Really on the worth of the
cimatti moped? Heck i thought it was rare or something. I won't try to
bargain again, I really am sorry.
stuck shocks- I would use Marvel mystery oil bath for several days before
saying the heck with it, but then if u do get it loose, I would definitely
replace the seals. good luck.----- Original Message -----
From: Hans Hartman
Sent: Wednesday, May 10, 2000 4:14 PM
Subject: Re: shocks locked (stuck)-reply
> Hello mopedeers,
> > At 12:19 10-5-00 -0700, you wrote:
> > >this list is for helping people if you have the answer, not bargaining.
> > Well, I'll help you both, and we'll forget this thread as soon as
possible; > > >>Hi, I will tell you how to fix it if you tell me how much is a rust
> >>Cimatti, in running condition worth? / how to find out what it is worth.
> > To hear the exact value of your rust-covered Cimatti, call the nearest
> junkyard, and ask them what the going rate is for 35 Kg of iron and 3 Kg
> alloy. Add these figures together, and you ought to have a pretty good
> On the other hand, you could put it for sale on ebay too, and wait for the
> offers that will come. Maybe someone out there is searching for a thing
> like that for years, and wants to pay 10.000 for it.
> Is this a mini-bike or a normal moped?
> > >> > got any ideas on how to get a stuck/locked shock released?
> > Forget about those shocks. If they're stuck, the inner pipe its likely to
> be bent or horrible rusty.
> Either way, the oil-seal will not be oil-tight if you would succeed in
> releasing it.
> I'm pretty sure they will come loose if you remove them from your moped
> turn the upper mount clock-wise a few times.
> > I'm afraid I can't give any positive news today..
> > Cheers,
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