Both Tobi & Christine had already left for work when we woke.
There was a bakery just down the road so we got some fresh rolls for breakfast and walked to the supermarket to get a few grocery items.
Once the tummy had been attended our minds turned to the problem parked up at the shed.
First thing we did was set the tarp up over the timber rails. It was still threatening rain and we didn't want the exposed bits on the bike to get wet.
Not his favourite pastime but a necessary one.
He soon learnt the Zunda was built like a brick dunny. Everything is heavy and strong.
The sidecar was removed and the back wheel taken out.
When Tobi returned from work he took his two bikes out of the shed and he and Paul pushed the Zundapp into the shed and up on to the workbench. It will be much easier to work on and who knows what is yet to be found wrong in the engine department!
More dismantling was done until we got to the clutch. Paul then made a special clutch puller to remove the plates.
The problem with the clutch was found - pushrod too short - but why?
A fair bit of investigation and reading was done to work out the configuration of the bike and how she works.
We can't believe our luck (!) breaking down in a town where we have friends. Paul has tools at his disposal, a dry shed and a great bakery down the road. Breakdowns don't come much better than that!