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Old 03-12-2011, 02:54 PM   #27
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Location: Toronto, Ontario
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Originally Posted by The Raven View Post
Pull the clutch rod and remove the actuator pin that goes through the trans...makes life a lot easier.
In hindsight...ths would have made life alot easier! Oh well. I'm having fun renewing alot of the parts and giving the bike a good going through.

While the trany is away (did I mention I am also going to get a taller 5th gear - swiinnnggg!!!), powder coat a few parts and renew alot of rubber bushings, and rebuild the BINGS. I have hoping what rolls out of the garage is a sweet ride.

As a special gift to the bike I am treating it to a new Wilbers Shock to replace the stocker. The story if anyone asks is I need it for safety as the original is 20 years old. Yeah thats it.....SAFETY
My GS pulls to the right...or the left...depending on what side of the road the Tim Horton's is on.
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