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Re: What did you do to your bike today --join in [Re: chris l] #782007 08/20/19 3:40 am
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I wasted two hours trying to put the freshly painted chain guard back on the Trident. Even if I manage to get the front mount lined up with the tab on the swingarm there's not enough space behind it to get a nut on the bolt, and no way to hold the nut anyway.
What did they do at the factory, put on the guard before the rear fender?


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Re: What did you do to your bike today --join in [Re: chris l] #782036 08/20/19 1:31 pm
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David,
Its been a while since I fussed with my Trident's chain guard, so I don't remember whether the tab on the guard goes in front of the tab on the swingarm or the other way around. Putting it in front would give a bit more clearance if there is clearance for the chain. Another possibility is to weld or JB weld the nut to the appropriate tab. Is the issue clearance for the nut, the wrench, both or something else?

Ed From NJ

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Originally Posted by edunham
David,
Its been a while since I fussed with my Trident's chain guard, so I don't remember whether the tab on the guard goes in front of the tab on the swingarm or the other way around. Putting it in front would give a bit more clearance if there is clearance for the chain. Another possibility is to weld or JB weld the nut to the appropriate tab. Is the issue clearance for the nut, the wrench, both or something else?

Ed From NJ

Yeah, part of the problem is that it's been a year since I took the thing off. I don't remember on which side the tab goes, I only remember that it was a total PITA to get to that nut. Had they just moved that tab 1/8" forward one could get a socket on a long extension in there. It does seem that the tab on the guard needs to go behind the tab on the swingarm for clearance, but when I tried to put it there I couldn't pull the guard back far enough for the holes to line up.
I'm tempted to just wait until the rear wheel is off and loosen the front fender mount.
Another reason that seniors in automotive engineering should be required to intern as mechanics.

I had a look at the parts book. The drawing of the chain guard shows a bend in the front mounting tab. That bend looked more pronounced than the one on my guard. Maybe PO had trouble and straightened it to make it fit on the wrong side of the swingarm tab?
In any case I redid the bend. I'm hoping that it now fits on the back side of the swingarm tab.

Had another go at it today. The tab on the guard now goes on the back side. Still can't quite get the holes to line up. Maybe I'll loosen the chain up to get it to droop out of the way. Or just put it on the shelf until the next rear tire change.

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I put 107 needle jets on the Trident. Did midrange plug chop a couple of days ago and got no deposits on the plugs. Of course, it's raining now so I can't check it out until tomorrow.
Finally got the chain guard back on. Had to loosen the chain to get it out of the way and loosen up the rear fender to put a thick washer between the bottom and the mounting tab. I used a thin headed screw from a road case on the front mount to ensure clearance. Of course, then I had to get the chain back onto the rear sprocket with the guard in place, but it's done.


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Waiting for clutch parts, so I figured it was time. I swapped the comical for a disc front end. No problem really, just had to change the steering bearings to use the caged balls.


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2019 has been a crazy year for me and bikes. We've moved to a new (to us) house (built in 2007) in Leander, TX (north of Austin), It's in a strict HOA neighborhood, and has a garage so small NEITHER of our vehicles can fit! So, I get ONE 8' garage bay for my bikes & tools, and half of the deep end with shelves & a cabinet. Now in my retirement (get my first SS check mid-november), the only thing I'm going to be doing with old bikes is "make-run" as I sell 12 of them (leaving me with 5 that fit in my garage).

I was deciding which bikes I'd bring with me (the rest stayed in my old garage, we're not selling the old place yet), and went ahead and serviced the race bike (bitsa Bonneville) and zoomed around the neighborhood; that was back in June.

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Did a make-run on the '74 MotoGuzzi Eldorado and sold it (without the sidecar) a few months ago (I lose track of days since we moved).

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Anyone want to make an offer on the Cozy convertible sidecar with new tire & rubber suspenders?

Back in April I swapped the 'plain' float bowls on my '70 Bonneville for a set with drains & nice stainless drain screws with knurling.

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As we were re-arranging the remaining bikes in storage, we went ahead and put a new fuel line on my '72 Rickman Montesa 250 VMX because I promised my helper I'd let him ride it. DANG!!!!! I forgot how FUN that bike is! Crazy wheelies.

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The entire month of April, and the first week or so in May was spend refurbishing a 1982 Honda MB5 (50cc 2-stroke street bike, very nifty). I'm going to teach my 14-year-old daughter how to ride, and it'll be her first street-legal bike in 2 more years (if it survives the training phase).

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Once we got moved up here (mid-June) the wyfe's 2000 Triumph Legend 900 Triple got the carbs cleaned, battery charged up, and all new tires & tubes. Updated the registration and Sally has been using it around here for errands. 40MPG beats 15MPG 'till the cold weather moved in recently. I also FINALLY fixed the niggly speedo drive, turns out it was the little tabbed washer that had kinda flattened the last time I worked on it (fork seals). (group photo below also shows the ZRX and my '66 Bonnie. Disregard the HD, that's my son's)

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The ZRX1200R got new tires at the same time as the Legend, it didn't need anything else. I've been using it to run across town as I can do it in 20-30 minutes instead of an hour or more in the truck. Downtown Austin traffic STINKS!

I bought Sally's old 2002 Bonnie back from the son of my late friend, Freddy; spiffed it up and it also got new tires along with the legend & ZRX. It's still got a nagging misfire at low revs, must be electrical because just today I swapped out the carbs for an almost-new set that didn't cure the stumble. It's not spark plugs so it's either a coil or the EI...

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Sold my '75 Norton Commando 850 MkIII Interstate and I'm in the process of a refurbishing pre-delivery. Already finished with new Avons, overhauled the carbs, flushed the brakes, engine, transmission & primary, new fuel lines, new mirrors, and swapped the I'State bodywork for Roadster stuff. Tank & sidecovers are at the painters (Black w/ gold, of course). Should be done with it in about 2 weeks (mainly waiting on the painter now).

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So, final cut of bikes that are here with me:

-1966 Bonneville
-1970 Bonneville
-1982 Honda MB5
-2000 Legend triple
-2001 ZRX1200R
-2002 Bonneville

I'll add pix later...

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Fixed the bent steering stop, with a hammer and a drift. Looked for defects, a torn speedo rubber came to my eye.Rode it, washed the salt off it.


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Daily morning ride out to gulf and back.
Idle is inconsistent, waiting for weather to cool a bit before changing set up.


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First post here. Mostly I work on other peoples bikes due to their lack of maintenance.
Yesterday I finished sealing up my gearbox. It was leaking through the speedo cable somehow. I sealed the o ring, put some heat shrink tubing on the ferrule, and taped up the cable where the sheath had burned off after touching the exhaust pipe. Worked like a charm. However, I was delayed after breaking the kick start return spring trying to get a little more tension. Oh, well, it was REALLY old.
So, after that I took it for a test ride, of course. I got up this morning and saw this.

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No oil drips, WHATSOEVER! First time since I built this bike. Hooooyah..!

For as long as it lasts......

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1985 Honda Nighthawk 650
1957 Thunderbird/T110 "Black Tiger"
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Last night I put together the choke cables for the T150. Today I shall put the carbs back on and adjust until the choke slides clear the bores. I also cut about 1/4" off of each spring to make it easier to pull the lever.
Just checked on eBay, the new sprocket should arrive tomorrow. I can finally get the clutch off the bench and back on the bike.
Just in time for cold-butt riding. laugh


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put new alternator rotor and clutch plates in 68 A65 I used wassell rotor to save a few $$ rolled dice it was not too big around as I had read somewhar or another...…...turned out to fit perfectly puts out lot o juice to battery....used emgo cork plates in clutch to save $$ over Sureflex...Emgo plates worked perfectly took bike for test run everything worked great...... PS once I put new rotor in that worrisome light throttle knocking I have heard for too long went away

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1968 BSA A65
1968 MGB Roadster
1979 Chevrolet Camaro Berlinetta
1969 Honda Mini Trail
1939 farmall f30 tractor
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1972 BSA Thunderbolt
1975 yamaha xs650b
1972 Norton commando
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Yesterday I thought I'd roll the dice and try something to help my cheap voltmeter to read correctly. As it was, it would only read at idle. Every pixel would be lit up over idle. Not very useful.....
So, fishing around in my spare parts for old fans, I found a ceiling fan run capacitor, 5uf at 250V. Why not? I wired it across the wires going into the back of the meter. There just wasn't a convenient place to put it inside the headlight bucket. It should be as close to the meter as possible, anyway.

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Works perfectly now. No waver or blinking even at highway speeds.

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1985 Honda Nighthawk 650
1957 Thunderbird/T110 "Black Tiger"
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Clever bit of electrics Bill!


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Replaced the 1157 tail light with a 2057 for more "omph" on braking on the B25.

Have the Rocker box off due to a too tight intake rocker and I'm deciding on a gasket/pushrod length adjustment proceedure....


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'72 A65 Thunderbolt (twin (I'm sensing a pattern here..))
'78 XS750 Triple (Because I just can't get my hands on
a Rocket Three...)
'87 K100GS (four banger (Because NVT gave up too quick..)
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I had to go into town for a couple of small things, so I rode the Bonnie. I took the scenic route out west of town, past the site of the old POW camp. Nothing left of that but the brick chimney.
Got home just as the rain began.
I then finished assembling the primary drive on the Trident. Got the outer cover on at sunset. I'll do the ancient clutch setup ritual in full daylight. Might wait a few days for that. Supposed to be wicked cold the rest of the week.


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Started cleaning them and putting the fuel stabilizer in in preparation for their long winters nap frown


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Today I'll be loading up my '66 Triton, and the '72 BMW R75/5 that belonged to my late friend, Nacho.

I will not be selling these two bikes after all, I have been invited to show them at the Hill Country Motorheads M/C museum in Burnet, Texas!

The terms are amazing, I can leave them there indefinitely, pull them out to take a ride or keep at home a while then return to the museum.

They are expanding their space to be available next year and I have been asked to bring in my first year '83 Honda VF750F Inteceptor, and perhaps my '69 Triumph Bonneville race bike; that will be especially cool because then I will have two AHRMA race-ready bikes in "storage" 30 minutes away instead of 280 miles away. Best part is, IT'S FREE!


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prepared Commando for Dave Taylor head steady due to arrive Tuesday adjusted valves while tank is off


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1979 Chevrolet Camaro Berlinetta
1969 Honda Mini Trail
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2004 Honda Shadow Aero
1972 BSA Thunderbolt
1975 yamaha xs650b
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Morn'n All, well I just washed the barrels for my '70 T-120 (the one with the 76% degree crank) in the sink when the wife wasn't looking. I had honed the barrels getting ready to mount them on the bottom end on which I had recently had apart for the first time in 63765 miles for a timing side ball bearing that gave up. My hand made crank looked just a nice as when I put it in in 1992, quite good service I would say. As I am 86 and having knee surgery this next week I guess the progress will be stopped for a bit, but I'm planning on having it ready to go by this spring. Dick Harris

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I purchased a very complete 71 Commando basket case.It even had a title!!` Basically just needs assembled. All the big stuff is done. Steel interstate tank with glass side covers already painted. Frame, engine cradle and swing arm powder coated. Head is done and new 020 bored cylinders. Need to get on front wheel laced. Purchase a seat.Box of carbs. Probably will get some primers. The only tacky thing in my opinion is some of the chrome and engine covers and small parts were powder coated gold. And its kind of a satin gold. I might be able to polish them out to a gloss.All in all its a keeper.

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Originally Posted by Dick Harris
Morn'n All, well I just washed the barrels for my '70 T-120 (the one with the 76% degree crank) in the sink when the wife wasn't looking. I had honed the barrels getting ready to mount them on the bottom end on which I had recently had apart for the first time in 63765 miles for a timing side ball bearing that gave up. My hand made crank looked just a nice as when I put it in in 1992, quite good service I would say. As I am 86 and having knee surgery this next week I guess the progress will be stopped for a bit, but I'm planning on having it ready to go by this spring. Dick Harris

Dick, just wondering if it's your kick starting knee you need fixing. Man, you've set the bar high. I'm 70, stll kicking my Norton and Triumph. No issues....luckily. I plan to keep at this as long as you, so keep at it.
Cheers,
Bill


Bikes
1974 Commando
1985 Honda Nighthawk 650
1957 Thunderbird/T110 "Black Tiger"
Antique Fans: Loads of Emersons (Two six wingers) plus gyros and orbiters.
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My kicking knee is still doing well after being done twelve years ago. It's the left one this time. And I did get the barrels on the bike that I'm working on today. Dick

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Dick,

That's inspirational, and sets a high goal for the rest of us. I hope your surgery and recovery go well.


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Thanks for the kind words Guys, I'll keep you posted. Dick

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I got the clutch adjusted and put oil back in the Trident. Time to exercise my knee priming the oil system.
After maybe 20 kicks the OP gauge was up to 60psi. I guess it's primed and ready to start.
I'll go get some no-ethanol petrol tomorrow.

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