Since I had reason to stay out of the house today, I spent most of this rainy day fabricating, and engineering as I went, the linkage to relocate my shifter from the left to right side. This is to be a vintage flat track bike and I figured why not? I had some odds and ends on hand that made the job a little easier. Especially an actual engineered shifter link from a wrecked GS500 Suzuki I've been cannibalizing for years, one piece at a time. (My 350 engine stand is made from the lower frame cradle!) The technical parts are all sorted - I think. The only major task left is making the mounting tabs and attaching them to the counter shift housing. This will actually be the most critical part as straight and square alignment will be absolutely necessary. The plan is to incorporate the mounting into the rear, top engine mount. The beauty of it is that if I decide in the end not to use it, nothing stock has been modified. Just pull the device. Reinstall the stock shift lever and go! The counter shaft housing (iron pipe) is just laying on top the transmission here. I needed to make sure where I wanted the ends before I can determine the length of the mounting tabs. Not sure if I'll get the chance to finish up tomorrow or not. :-?