26 Rebuilt both carbs, set the float level and acceleerator
33 Working on a new outer washer to draw up on the drum and not touch the splines
40 Starting to work on lowering the front end with Avis kit
41 Setting the rige hight, rear is at about 7 degrees, used 2X4 to hold down the front
42 500X15 Tire for spare, needed thin tire
43 Spare tire 500X15 Link
44 590X15 Blackwall for Tires
45 590X15 Tire Link
46 I was missing the front engine tin and just ordered one today.
47 The standard grub screw is on the right and I made two out of 50mm bolts
48 Bolt is just long enough
49 I saw a suggestion to drill a 3/8 hole at each end of the indent. Stock tube seem to be not quite 5/32 thick. I drilled a pilot hole first
50 First pass with the grinder
51 Ground the slot for the grub screw, cut the indent up to the top of the original screw opening
52 You can see once I cut it the inner lock moved already.
53 On to the other tube
54 Look at the piece cut out,
55 Reinstalled beam showing two pieces cut out for grub screw.
56 Against the bottom stop cleanance of front is about 5 3/4 inch
57 Just resting on bottom stops
59 Test fit where to locat the Avis adjuster. I marked the full range, about an inch or 55 degrees, and the center. My goal was to alight the adjust plate to cove up the opening
61 This setting just got the center stop clear and clearance on bottom of frame head flange is about 7 inches
62 Made some cover plates for the back.
63 First right height is too low, you can not see air about the tire when looking in the opening.
64 Current positon, maybe one notch lower once I readjust the back.
67 Pulled body and readusted up about 4 notches from center. Back now needs to be lowered a little.
70 Looks even around the wheel
79 Used as the spare, still a tight fit.
80 Bridgestone 5.90X15 tires on 5/56 356 Rims
82 Need to get some bullet hub caps
88 I have about 3/4 inch before the spring plate hits the cast tower. This translates to almost 2 inches of shock travel from center to full up.
89 From the rear I took the bump stop and cut off 5/8 of and inch to creat about 1 inch gap and 3/4 to 1 inch of crush before it bottoms out on the frame. The bump stop is not in the center of the frame tower pocket, not sure why.
90 Seat frame supports from Summit Racing. They can be mounted as C or Z brackets. I chose the Z and will weld them to the flat sides whrer the old rails were.