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    It's good to take a break from a rebuild. It clears the mind and re-energizes you when you get back to it. Plus, you need family time to be in the mix. All work and no play makes F100 a dull boy...
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    I have a pretty good CL350 teardown/rebuild overview on my build thread, but it looks like I'm just a little late to the game here! I'm a beginner like you, and I'm glad you ponied up and went for it. I was nervous myself, but I found it to be a fascinating deep dive and taught me a lot about how engines and motorcycles work. Took me a bit longer than you tho...lol.
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    Got my little Honda running, time to get something going on my 350.

    Yep, "me" time is a must on builds like these.
    "If it ain't raining, I'm riding......"

    Work in process:::::

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    Well sitting in the rv awaiting a rain storm in the piney woods of Texas, I was reading through my Glenn's Honda two cylinder repair guide. Might have to pull the right side cover to get to the clutch pack. Not sure I put the thick clutch plate in first.
    Also learned there is an L mark on on the cam shaft sprocket....with the LT mark on the rotor still aligned with the index line on the stator, raise the timing chain drive sprocket so that you can insert the camshaft. The L mark on the cam sprocket should face straight up. Install the two retaining bolts with the special shoulder bolt on the bottom.
    Something to read while granddaughter and wife play on their iPads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by f100owner View Post
    Well sitting in the rv awaiting a rain storm in the piney woods of Texas, I was reading through my Glenn's Honda two cylinder repair guide. Might have to pull the right side cover to get to the clutch pack. Not sure I put the thick clutch plate in first.
    Also learned there is an L mark on on the cam shaft sprocket....with the LT mark on the rotor still aligned with the index line on the stator, raise the timing chain drive sprocket so that you can insert the camshaft. The L mark on the cam sprocket should face straight up. Install the two retaining bolts with the special shoulder bolt on the bottom.
    Something to read while granddaughter and wife play on their iPads.

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    Yep.

    Been reading up on all that too. Still need to print the pdf, so I can have a copy in the shop with me.

    But, mostly (cause I haven't actually started anything cept teardown) just reading through the entire manual at work, when I'm not doing anything. (which is most of the day).

    It's interesting what you catch when you read slowly through these books.
    "If it ain't raining, I'm riding......"

    Work in process:::::

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