[Healeys] Non-adjustable hub/boss

Curtis Arndt cnaarndt at gmail.com
Wed Nov 14 13:42:41 MST 2018


Feel free to include the photos of the modifications that I had Al Alfano
do to my Moto-Lita hub to make it work.  The machine work was done by
Alan's Dad, and while I got a good price, this sort of work in not


Curt Arndt

On Wed, Nov 14, 2018 at 11:48 AM <mlempert at bellsouth.net> wrote:

> Hello folks. I am attempting to work with Moto-Lita to permanently fix an
> issue with their non-adjustable, steering wheel boss kit.  The problem is
> specific to the turn signal cancelation lever that installs at the bottom
> of the hub interior. It requires a platform at the bottom with a raised
> center which the lever fits around. Additionally, it is my understanding
> that the side wall of the hub must be machined slightly to allow clearance
> for the tab. I have received detail information from Curt Arndt, Lynn
> Martin, and Roger Moment. I have also received feedback from customers when
> the hub was delivered without proper corrections.
> I have been fixing them here ever since I received feedback about it but
> know that I sent many out before fully understanding the problem. I have
> asked Moto-Lita to correct the problem and have sent them detail
> measurements and pictures to aid in the explanation. Moto-Lita seems to
> think they are doing this just for me and have reported: “this is not
> something that has been brought to my attention before”, which puzzles me
> greatly. I am asking all of you who have had experience installing
> Moto-Lita non-adjustable hubs (B6) to provide me with your feedback
> specific to the fitting of the signal cancelation level.
> As a related note, the Moss product has the same issue, probably from
> having copied the Moto-Lita hub, but they do report the problem when
> selling, which means that they expect the customer to correct it.
> If you have experience with the Moto-Lita hub – and please do not confuse
> it with the Moss product – please let me know and I will forward that on to
> Moto-Lita.
> Regards,
> Mike Lempert
> http://www.lempertwheels.com
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