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Road ScholarFri Jan-09-09 10:01 AM
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"Assembly Sequence"


  

          

I am right on the verge of reassembling a 1975 Mk III Roadster, when the lower end comes back from Lindskogg I'll be there. The wheels are done the frame and Isolastics are done the forks, shocks,brakes, Z-plates all finished. I have new stainless fasteners (Rocky Point)...

I am sure that the motorcycle can be reasembled a number of ways, but I am virtually certain that knowing the proper sequence saves time and frustration. For example: which would you install first the forks or the rear iso/swingarm? Do you put the engine in sans the head or as a completed assembly? When do you add the center stand? I could go on; the horn was very difficult to remove, the battery box...

Does anyone have a proceedure sheet on major reassemble operations?

RS

"Only Rich People Can Afford Poor Quailty"

  

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