I spent a frustrated hour last night fighting the fading sun and incoming cold attempting to run a new front brake cable (inner wire and outer sheath) through the steering column of my Lambretta. Thankfully there’s help out there.
With the main day-to-day running issues of the engine and electrical now running relatively smoothly, it’s time to turn my attention to the creaks, shakes, rattles and rolls of the thirty-five year-old bodywork on the Lambretta.
Since welcoming a 1975 Serveta Lambretta Jet 200 into the family at the beginning of the month I’ve been tied up too much with other matters to post much additional news, so I owe you a few notes dear readers.
I’ve just done my first full carburetor rebuild. Sure I’ve opened one up before, looked around, pretended I knew what I was doing. Yes, I’ve even cleaned the jets before but I’ve never done a full rebuild.