I've got a new Rick's Hot Shot charging rotor for my CB350 project and I would like if someone who has installed these rotors before gave me some guidance/reassurance. The lack of instructional videos on the internet indicates to me that it's what we call "a no-**** deal" in my garage, but messing with it a little last night it didn't feel that way. The woodruff key and its matching groove in the rotor obviously indicate that the rotor can only go on one way. The tapered nature of the crankshaft end indicates that it's going to meet increasing resistance as it is pushed closer to the flywheel. My question is: Is this resistance simply to be overcoming by torquing the retaining bolt? It seems like I've probably got an inch and a half further to go before the rotor is "home." I always like to ask before I force something. Thanks!