Need Help & Manuals for Crusader Sport 1959

Royal Enfield began by building three-wheelers but soon turned to small motorcycles with engines mounted over the front wheel. The Redditch factory began producing more convential motorcycles before the First World War and the success of these continued after 1918. In the 1920s and 1930s Royal Enfield continued as a leading manufacturer and even after the Second World War their range embraced motorcycles from 123cc to the 736cc vertical twin superbikes.

Need Help & Manuals for Crusader Sport 1959

Postby Marusic » Tue Apr 26, 2011 5:55 pm

Hi, guys

My Name is Primoz, from Slovenija, I am new to this forum, and recently I got an Enfield Crusader Sport 1959.
The bike is in pretty good shape, but when I rode it a couple days ago, the chain snapped, blocked the sprocket, thereby also the gearbox, and oil poured out from the engine block-where the chain is comming out. As you can see, a messy situation. My question would be, what is it likely to have happend and could have been destroyed, to cause the oil to leak out of the engine block. The oil was leaking from the chain sprocket. Obviously I am going to have to open the gearbox, but before I do that, I just wanted to consult with some of you more experinced guys. I am also a little handycaped, since I dont have a proper Manual for my Crsader Sport 1959 model.

Thanx in advance, hope to hear from you soon

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Re: Need Help & Manuals for Crusader Sport 1959

Postby Welsh Wizard » Tue Apr 26, 2011 11:18 pm

I know where its possible to buy one ... s-workshop
or you can try here for a free engine rebuild info ... usader.pdf

or you can try here
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