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Here is the right side installed .....
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And the left side... I route the wire just a tad different. I have had road debri's rip em off otherwise...
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The irony is: I will be tearing it all apart for some more detailed cleaning. That is only after i find a better condition front fender.. Anyone have one that the paint is not faded or peeling?

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WOW, I am so glad this thread is back up again!
I just saw it, now to go see if my old Bookmark still works or if I need to make a new bookmark LOL

Very nice about the brake work! I guess it applies to all brakes about the same other than part about front and rear being linked on this bike right.


OK, now about the PM for free parts, let me see.
Ya, I could use new tires, brake pads, timing belts, a set of carbs, 82 fairing, ...... LOL

OK, I'll take it easy on ya, I could use a set of bags for the Naked 80, and just fill them with whatever fits inside LOL

Do you have some more pics of Ella you can post now. I'd like to see her as she sits now again. All clean up I guess and back together. Or do you still have her apart a bit working on her.

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No she is together took her down the road for slight test.. She runs like a champ.. Will in next couple of weeks get the wheels back off for their scrubbing and new shinny skins...

Careful what ya ask for... You are Number #2...


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It's been 6 days with nothing further updated... this is killing me... more please!

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Sorry... Having a lot of issues.. I was out of town and the ride sacked me.. My left achilles is super inflamed and will not support me weird.. feels like it did after i severed it last year.. And the calf muscle constantly vibrates... whine whine snivle....I will get back too it

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No she is together took her down the road for slight test.. She runs like a champ.. Will in next couple of weeks get the wheels back off for their scrubbing and new shinny skins...

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Sorry... Having a lot of issues.. I was out of town and the ride sacked me.. My left achilles is super inflamed and will not support me weird.. feels like it did after i severed it last year.. And the calf muscle constantly vibrates... whine whine snivle....I will get back too it
If it won't support you weird will it support you normal?

Hope it gets back to normal soon.

Hope you had a good ride, sounds like it was a long ride?

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88 1500 recovering from deer hit, Phantom Gray (Most expensive color )
82 1100 riding sometimes, Red
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thanks for this thread...I plan on buying a 1983 Interstate this weekend, if all goes well, and I'm starting to feel like I know these bikes a little now...Nice job, well documented...thanks again...

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