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Latest challenges - frame and stuff - June 28, 2012, 05:17 PM

1978 CB750

So we finally wrestled the engine up into the frame (easier than expected) and mounted it. I've got a couple of sets of shocks, one set looks like it might clean up okay.

Unfortunately now we've noticed that part of the mount for the shocks is busted off, and this appears to be welded into the frame. Not sure what to do with this!?

Also can't figure out what tubes are supposed to go where and how to route them. Breather hoses and fuel line are what I'm talking about, and the schematics don't show this between the individual areas. Can anyone with a complete engine take a snapshot for me or point me in the right direction?



2004 Ducati ST3

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