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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-20-2006, 01:27 PM Thread Starter
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Stator and parts on order.....

Should arrive by early next week. Will start the disassembly in the meantime.

The fun begins......

Jon

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Best of luck to ya Jon.
And remember, don't put any of yours or any helpers body parts under the motor when you're ready to move it !!!


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Best of luck to ya Jon.
And remember, don't put any of yours or any helpers body parts under the motor when you're ready to move it !!!
Hey Artybolt, make sure you read this!!!

I'm a firm believer in measure twice, cut once, and all those related lines of thought.

I'll keep you posted on progress.

Jon

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MF AGM Battery
Coastered
Degoated
Shaved & Jetted
Iridium's
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Battery/Temp/Clock Gauge
Stainless Steel Brake Lines
Dunlop D-404's
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Hey Artybolt, make sure you read this!!!

I'm a firm believer in measure twice, cut once, and all those related lines of thought.

I'll keep you posted on progress.

Jon

Just let me know I will be there for you.
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One little note..
If you are starting disassembly and the bike will be out and apart for a bit.. slip a plastic bag over the manifold and bevel gear areas etc so you don't end up with any foreign critters looking for a new home!

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One little note..
If you are starting disassembly and the bike will be out and apart for a bit.. slip a plastic bag over the manifold and bevel gear areas etc so you don't end up with any foreign critters looking for a new home!
If they get into the garage, I've got bigger problems!
Thanks for the advise, snakes and fruit rats get into everything here in Florida, except my garage (so far).

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*L* It's not just big critters. I'm thinking, spiders, beetles, flies. little mice and.. dust and dirt. Dust and dirt the most likely.

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Cockroaches are a pain. I thought I had fried my stator because during an oil change it appeared as though the epoxy covering the stator was in the screen. I pulled the stator cover to check and everything looked good and it turned out to be a very large cockroach carapace and associated parts. Blech.

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New Stator installed 10 Jun08
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