OK for once we don't want any before, during or after pics of that.
I may be home this weekend. If so I'll take a good look at my rim and spokes.
I respoked my XS2 with stainless spokes from Mikes with no problems. Might have just got lucky as it was the first time I had ever respoked a wheel.
Yep. Halter tops and tube tops were good to.
Me too. $1.25 an hour, regular was 47.9 a gallon. Standard Oil service station. To this day I hate the ding-ding sound of those bells.
Is the tape on the floor the assigned spot on the floor for your centerstand, if so you missed.
Last I knew you had an old beater that is...
Only made 1 year. Parts are so so. Engine parts not a big deal. There is 1 supplier for some aftermarket Hurricane specific stuff.
Had to split the cases to have a crack welded. Plus a normal top end rebuild.
Cool. Can you show us some pics?
Just put my original motor back in. Test rode it yesterday. Seems pretty good.
I'm pretty sure these are the ones for the rear brake lit switch.
These 2 are most likely for the turn signal flasher.
I have used air with a c-clamp to keep the piston from flying out.
The fitting you are missing is for the chock crossover.
The 2 open fittings go to the gas tank petcocks. The hose below them is for fuel...
Not a fleet. One runner, 2 other frames and motors.
Through the house is one thing, through her kitchen is quit another, especially when she is cooking. You do live dangerously!
Won't matter, see post 27.:whistle:
Sunshine. It was reflecting off of the snow.
Got warm enough today for a couple of short test rides.:woowoo:
Problem solved. Dropped the right float bowl and sure enough the main jet had what looked like a piece of white thread or lint in it. Must have...
Seats done and back on.
I did some searching about the reason for the plastic on the seat cover. Only thing I could find was a few...
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