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Old 03-20-2007, 02:37 PM   #21
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You MUST have me confused with Clyde.
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Old 03-20-2007, 02:41 PM   #22
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That piece should just unbolt from your engine, give me a call.
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Old 03-20-2007, 02:48 PM   #23
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Old 03-20-2007, 03:00 PM   #24
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I'll call you in a few Patrick....I'm getting ready to leave the office now and run by and pick up the part off my old motor. I'll probably need to replace a couple of seals while I'm at it as well. I'll holler at ya in a few.
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Yeah I was about to say, that is an easy fix. I thought that there was a hole in the case like mine was. That was thoughtfull that Kawasaki made that piece replaceable. Most of the time you have to replace the cases on a chain break. I chose to weld mine up and I made some new post for the water pump and the countershaft cover.
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Hey Patrick,

I just called your shop and spoke to a lady about chain selection, and a replacement riveted link for my bike. Just wanted you to know that she was super helpful, and knew her stuff!

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1) Might I suggest An Accord with plenty of power, efficiency, reliability and looks :cool: ?

2) If you don't mind me asking, why are you waiting to goto your grandparents home to propose? In Chicago, of all places? The time is now ngr.
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Yeah I was about to say, that is an easy fix. I thought that there was a hole in the case like mine was. That was thoughtfull that Kawasaki made that piece replaceable. Most of the time you have to replace the cases on a chain break. I chose to weld mine up and I made some new post for the water pump and the countershaft cover.
I was kinda impressed with Kawasaki's engineering in making that part a bolt on tranny cover rather than part of the case. They must have learned from Honda's mistakes on the old CB750.
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Bummer danny...Hope you get that monster runnin shortly
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Danny,
That piece should just unbolt from your engine, give me a call.
Yeah, I was able to unbolt the old tranny cover (Eric had my old motor sitting on the shelf for instances like these:icon_bigg ) and the seals still looked good. The only thing I gotta do now is get the gasket. He told me that the Yami dealer off of Perry and 1960 has a gasket making machine. All I gotta do is give the part number
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Bummer danny...Hope you get that monster runnin shortly
It'll be together tonight....minus the chain....I'm gonna let Powersports put it on for me so I don't feel so bad if it pops off again since I installed the last one myself
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1) Might I suggest An Accord with plenty of power, efficiency, reliability and looks :cool: ?

2) If you don't mind me asking, why are you waiting to goto your grandparents home to propose? In Chicago, of all places? The time is now ngr.
Don't know who you are, BUT....

1) I'd love an accord...lemme know if you know where I could find one without a ton of miles that is in decent shape with a good price.

2) My grandparents don't live in Chicago, but the rest of my family does and that is where they are having their anniversary celebration (on a boat...dinner cruise thingy) and I think it would be cool to propose on a boat while out on Lake Michigan. Not to mention, I would like a couple more months of savings so I can afford to pay for a wedding. My g/f folks aren't rich, not poor either, but I don't expect them to shell out 10K plus for our wedding....

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1) Might I suggest An Accord with plenty of power, efficiency, reliability and looks :cool: ?

2) If you don't mind me asking, why are you waiting to goto your grandparents home to propose? In Chicago, of all places? The time is now ngr.
ormand you don't even have a bike? why are you in this forum? trying to it up like you do on HI???

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