I managed to get some things done.
I bought a kit to change the throwout bearing in my transmission. I like the older bearing better than the new one. I have changed a few of these, but this is the first time I needed to change the kicker clutch. The new clutch is smaller and designed to fit snuggly inside the bearing. The newer style is on the right and the upgrade to the older one with the kicker clutch is on the left. Also changed the pushrod as they are different.
A stainless steel bash plate to protect my engine. I do not like rocks putting holes in my bottom end, as I sometimes ride where there ain’t no roads. Tried hill climbing once, but I was too drunk & fell off. 😦
Motorcycling is an adventure! Do not be afraid to venture off the beaten path, you might be amazed at what you discover!
This is an adjustable transmission plate which will allow me to have better adjustment options for my primary belt. Hopefully this will allow me to eliminate the idler bearing I was using to take the slack out of the belt. Due to the stock Sturgis belt having a ribbed back, the bearing would whistle.