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I contemplate the difference between crabbing the frame and just carting away the top.
Keep track of the spacer washer on the left side of the swing arm. It goes between the swing bearing and the swing arm.
I cannot find a replacement cable. For now, I will try grinding down the head of the cable.
I need to cut offthe grips to replace the whole clutch body..
Installed carbs, trimmed new fuel lines https://www.mgcycle.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=4391New clutch cable https://www.stein-dinse.biz/product_info.php?products_id=857New spark wires. I bought this kit https://www.harpermoto.com/spark-plug-wire-set-061080.html, which comes with a strangecombination of wires. One wire is very short and has coil connectors crimped on both sides. I wonder what it's for.I need to figure out the infamous gear box vent. On the internet I found a few creative ways to fix this.For now I took apart the vent to see how I can attach a hose to it. The air box leaves me less than an inch of clearance above the vent to fit a hose.I am thinking of JB welding a piece of 1/4" copper tubing, inside the vent, bent away from the air box. We'll see how it fits.
Thanks for the advice, Charlie.I figured since it's called "best quality rubber hose" it wouldn't have that problem.Did you cut off the crimps at the cross and replaced them with hose clamps? I suppose I can reuse the hose and the clamps make up for the shrinkage?
I cut the crimps and throw away everything but the cross. I prefer transparent hose and use spring clamps to secure it. But, replacing the crimps with actual clamps (something like this: https://www.mcmaster.com/53175K86/ ) will work.
On my recently acquired V50 III, I'll be using a M10 brake fitting w/hose that I already have secured by an M10-1.5 banjo bolt purchased on Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/Russell-640680-10mm-Banjo-Bolt/dp/B003CGSS76 I may need to shorten the bolt so that spring preload is same as with the original fitting.
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