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  • Liquimatic

    Just picked up this ped for 50$, could not let it pass, as there are too much nostalgia😁 is it possible to restore the torque converter?
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  • #2
    Wow that’s an incredible deal! I’ve wondered about restoring the torque converters but I’ve been told they are sealed units and non serviceable. Apparently the fluid in them goes bad or dries up. But I was thinking it may be possible to drill a small hole in the side, tap and add a plug so that new fluid can be added. But I’ve never had my hands on one to see if this would actually work.

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    • #3
      Maybe worth a try, if it goes bad i can just convert it to a sport. But i would like to have it as original as possible. Im going to clean it up and see if the converter actually works. The guy never changed tires and its minimal wear on the rear tire, but after all these years the oil may be gone

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      • #4
        FYI, On that model you’ll have to change the whole wheel since that tire is not removable from the rim.

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        • #5
          do not see the point of changing tires as they are like new

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          • #6
            My concern is the oil in the converter

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            • #7
              the converter works perfectly😁 but the spindle is worn. anyone have tips for a fix? Or do they sell spindles for this liquimatic anymore?

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              • #8
                Unfortunately no one sells spindles for liquamatics. I’m not sure if aftermarket options were offered.

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                • #9
                  Did find this on goped.com but i was too late i assume.
                  anyone know of a fix for the spindle? epoxy / sand etc

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                  • #10
                    Epoxy and sand could be worth a try.

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