I agree. I have purchased all new coolant hoses, fuel lines, new coolant, oil and filter. My motor came a day early (yesterday). I had a friend help me and I got the replacement motor into the frame. All I lack is the lower rear engine mount which goes through the swing arm and I'm sure its going to be a real pain in the back side but I will get it tomorrow and the begin to hook everything up and install my newly rebuilt carbs. Like I read from another member I have learned from this forum and I thought I would share this advice which everyone may or may not know. If you fail to turn off your fuel when you get through riding you invite disaster as I did and replacing an engine is no fun not to mention the expense. The engine "Hydrolocked" with gasoline in the rear cylinder. The results was a loud backfire and a bent connecting rod. The expense to rebuild with just the needed parts would cost more than a replacement motor. It sure has made me sick over my bike but I hope to be riding by the weekend. I'm keeping my fingers crossed and hope all will go well.A really good time to install new/fresh coolant hoses!