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    Senior Member chaindrivecharlie's Avatar
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    Oh man!, you got her lookin sweet!!

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    I’m catching up on your build thread today. Very nice work! I’ll be sure to stay tuned in as it comes together further
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    A few more add bolts turned

    At least the tires both front and rear have cover.....
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    Final Post

    Well I could not wait any longer. Put a little corn free gas in the tank, blocked off the crossover pipe, (still waiting for a Motion Pro quick disconnect), checked everything one final time, fired on the second kick. I fattened up the carbs a little for the Snuff's and believe I am somewhat close. There are a couple of issues I still need to address, weeping right fork seal, (I knew I should have replaced them both when the forks were off, but somehow that got overlooked,) a finicky petcock that you have to hit the exact sweet spot for good flow, and a little fender rub on my brought back from the junk pile front fender brace. Overall I am happy, I will head to the DMV Thursday and tag the "Old Girl". Yes she does smoke a little, I still need to address the welded on shift lever, but you what, I am riding the crap of it for the rest of the summer and save some fun for the garage winter months. Thanks one and all for the suggestions and input given during this process, safe riding to all...

    Virginia George
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    "I still need to address the welded on shift lever"
    It's not the correct shift lever anyway(they didn't have a rubber cover on them,they were all metal) so you don't to have feel bad if you have grind it down to remove it.
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