Thanks, so far so good now that I've concluded the meds. Definitely caught me by surprise but thankful it was caught when it was. I was a new patient at this new PCP but miraculously they had an opening the next day instead of months out like normal for a new patient. I don't know how worse off I'd be if I didn't get in when I did having not known that was what was affecting me.Holy smokes, Lyme Disease is serious, good thing you got that diagnosed! Good luck with the recovery
That looks GREAT!Brought the Cotton inside to the basement to work on since the weather cooked down this past week. It's clean enough that the Mrs. doesn't mind haha I mocked up the sissy bar with new seat tonight just to get a look at it and boy does it POP especially with the NOS 6-pie reflector installed! I also adjusted the washers for rear axle so they face correct way against thr frame. Now to recall the proper way for derailleur to mount and also ensure the one bolt on right side of rear axle for sissy bar clamp and fender bracket doesn't hit the axle gear. Should there be an additional thin washer on derailleur side for any reason? One came off that side but I'm not sure if it is supposed to be there or not.
Tomorrow I hope to figure out why the left handbrake lever is not tightening against the handlebars, and then I can move forward with hairspraying and installing the new grips and handbrake lever covers. I'll need to order some 16" rimtape and a tube still. Once that's done I plan to then run the cables for brakes, reinstall shifter, and take it back into the garage to install the chain. Things are coming together perfectly time wise since I am off on Friday as well as Thanksgiving break on the horizon to dot my i's and cross my t's. Such a huge difference from when I first got it!View attachment 251987 View attachment 251988 View attachment 251989 View attachment 251990 View attachment 251991 View attachment 251992
Alrightie, I know removal required me to use a C clamp. Wood clamp, and a wrench lol I'll check youtube outSqueeze it in with a wood clamp. Drop in the pin, release wood clamp. There are videos on YouTube for it.
Thank youThat looks GREAT!
Dude Sid looks amazing as is! I love the patina on it, and of course you have the luxury of having a bike with one of the baddest chain guards in the land! Plus considering my name is Billy, I am partial to your Billy BarsIt's coming together nicely.
(I wish Sid could've cleaned up this good)!
Great! Thanks for letting me knowThe examples I've seen on the net say "no" to that question. Yours is set up like the pictures I found.