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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-01-2009, 04:10 AM Thread Starter
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Battery Box / Wiring Question

Hello,

Just wondering if someone can take some pictures of their battery box with the side covers off so I can see where different wires attach and where the frame ground is located? I made the mistake of taking off my butchered battery box without documenting original locations.

Also wondering if anybody has successfully replaced the sight glass in their master cylinder? That is the last fix that I need to do before getting her on the road.

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Is your sight glass cloudy or broken? If its just cloudy, you can actually clean it up with a swab or little piece of cloth and a paper clip...

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My sight glass is broken. I've heard that a correct sized watch crystal can work? anyone know where you can get a certain diameter piece?

and thanks jthill524 that totally clears up that side, do you know where there are pictures of the other side of the battery box?

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and thanks jthill524 that totally clears up that side, do you know where there are pictures of the other side of the battery box?
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New Rear Rack
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