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Old 03-12-2011, 03:54 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
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