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Old 10-08-2019, 07:20 AM
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You need to have at least something back there, a partially wet back is better than completely saturated, not to mention the looks..
I believe the rear fender for the most part is just for looks[like to have matching painted tins] ..Because frequently if not always the front exposed tire of bobbers/choppers will fire hose you in the rain anyway.
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I vote 2 thumbs up on the fender.
Do you do all the ad hoc machining you describe?
The cable leak is unfortunate - probably best to just
band-aid it by modding the cable.
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Old 10-09-2019, 10:06 AM
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I vote 2 thumbs up on the fender.
Do you do all the ad hoc machining you describe?
The cable leak is unfortunate - probably best to just
band-aid it by modding the cable.
This time a friend of minealtered the existing commercial sprockets to fit the other parts[ opening up center holes to correct diameter].

I didn't have chance at the time access to lathe, but i could do it myself. The main difficulty would be to chuck the sprockets centered in the lathe jaws given the number of teeth- that i would need to learn.

i have a very dear friend who owns welding/machine shop and i can use his equipment and his expert advise/suggestions. He helps with more complicated projects when more experience is required, but i try to do avoid imposing on his time and learn fast from 1 time hands on.


As for cable, i have read on line some opinion that the clutch cable has a seal inside that can leak oil inside the cable[ in addition to o-ring, that allows to leak outside].
i don't believe it's true or even possible as the rough cable moves back and forth like a saw,- would wear out that seal if there was one.

it's not my 1t priority now, but think i will ofder VT black cable with adjustment on one end, not in the middle
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Old 10-13-2019, 09:00 AM
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