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Old 11-15-2012, 04:20 PM   #14
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Location: Central Florida
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To Wire, et all,

Thanks for your help. FINALLY got a new rotor in and bike is running again. Need to do a once over for valve set, carb sync, and timing/points set and will get into that sat.

I cant imagine fixing this bike without this boards help. Hopefully down the road I can pay it back to those I meet over the years in person and online....its the only real way i can ever pay yall back!!!!

A few final questions. Do rotors go out a bit at a time...meaning do they get LESS efficient and then finally stop working or are they one day they work and next day they fail? Next, when I got my new brushes in, they didnt have any insulation on the leads. My old brushes did, so I put some shrink wrap on them because it looked like they needed to be insulation from the housing. Thoughts?
1974 BMW R90/6 Bettie #1, 04 Triumph Bonneville
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Originally Posted by bgoodsoil View Post
Cavemen must've designed them shortly after inventing the wheel.
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