an 85 with only 8500 miles?! thats awesome **** very nice
i got mine (86) with 22k on it but it was some girl who rode it and she seemed to take good care of it
congrats on your bike! ride safe out there!
Looks good. Nothing like ripping it apart to get familiar with everything. From my experience, I recommend putting it all back together before trying to start it or ride it. They hate having openings in the intake or exhaust and you will be tempted to ride it and that is when things get left off. Just my experience. You have the Clymer manual and a jumbo tube of lock tight and never seize?
I'm going to drop the frame off to be powdercoated sometime this week.
I'm not planning on going back completely stock, I'm still looking at pics for ideas on what I want to do.
I should prolly start a build thread in another section!
1 - 13 of 13 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.