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    Interesting that the cam chain master link is from Honda. If I recall correctly, the OEM cam chain from Honda is an endless chain and the one from CMC (non-endless chain) is a thicker chain. Is the Honda master link compatible?

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    The Honda master link is not compatible with every cam chain. It's a stake-type link, the same exact link I use on my 450 cam chain and it fits the 219T chains from DID and others, but I don't think you can use it on the 219H
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    Yeah, I checked last night, and you're right, it's not compatible. I ordered it from David Silver Spares because CMC was closed for 10 days to attend the AMA. I will have to get some from them when they get back. At this rate I am going to have enough extras to restore another bike. ☺️
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    I got my other coil bracket done today. Hurrah.
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    Awesome progress! Just be sure to remember to connect the ground cable between the coil mount and the frame when you get 'er all wired up. Sorry about the master link. If you really want it fast, I am pretty sure you can do some internet sleuthing to see where CMC is getting their stuff from (and get it from that other website for a few dollars less!).
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    Well, this looks alot more promising. Correct size of O rings arrived today...as did the brass punch I'd ordered for installing the new steering bearings.
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    Hi guys. Check my work? Does the O ring need to be a little above, even, or below the level of the cylinder where it meets the case? See pic, I have one at or below, and the other a little above. Thanks!
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    I also got to work on the steering bearings. The races are in, the bearings installed, but I think that I should have used a spacer on the bottom bearing. I followed the instructions for the bearings and measured the thickness of the old ball bearings in the old races against the new ones, and thought they were within spec for no spacer, but now it's all together, the bottom of the triple tree seems to be scraping the head tube. Anybody installed these lately? I suspect I am going to have to take it apart and put the spacer in.
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    I decided to take off the bottom bearing, of course I had to wind up destroying the seal and the bearing. Just have to get those to continue, but at least the races are in.
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    That's the bad part about it, if you measure and it seems right and you take a chance and it comes out wrong, you pretty much end up destroying the bearing to get it apart (or try to use heat and mess up your paint/powdercoat). I left the washer out of my 450 steering stem when I assembled my roller bearing kit and got lucky, it worked out as guesstimated
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