Gregory Bender

Clutch arm grease zirk

Moto Guzzi V700, V7 Special, Ambassador, 850 GT, 850 GT California, Eldorado, and 850 California Police models

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Thanks to Charlie Mullendore of Antietam Classic Cycle for contributing this recommendation. In Charlie's own words and photos:

I always wondered why Guzzi didn't put a fitting on the clutch arm so that the pivot could be kept greased without disassembly. Decided I'd add one to the arm of my 1969 V700. Simple job, drill 1164 inch, tap 5 mm-0.8 mm, apply a little threadlocker to the fitting and screw it in. Done.

Adding a grease zirk to the clutch arm. Applicable to Moto Guzzi V700, V7 Special, Ambassador, 850 GT, 850 GT California, Eldorado, and 850 California Police models.
Adding a grease zirk to the clutch arm. Applicable to Moto Guzzi V700, V7 Special, Ambassador, 850 GT, 850 GT California, Eldorado, and 850 California Police models.

Photo courtesy of Charlie Mullendore of Antietam Classic Cycle.

Adding a grease zirk to the clutch arm. Applicable to Moto Guzzi V700, V7 Special, Ambassador, 850 GT, 850 GT California, Eldorado, and 850 California Police models.
Adding a grease zirk to the clutch arm. Applicable to Moto Guzzi V700, V7 Special, Ambassador, 850 GT, 850 GT California, Eldorado, and 850 California Police models.

Photo courtesy of Charlie Mullendore of Antietam Classic Cycle.