I also started working out my subframe using the spare frame I bought (that's going to come in handy for forks too I suspect). So I drew this:
No, it's not some juvenile toilet-stall scribbling, get your mind out of the gutter. It's a rough template for an adapter plate. It'll look better in Alu plate I promise.
Cheers JJ, no, that was supposed to be a "highlight reel" of work already done. That said I was looking at a Triumph rear wheel spindle I keep in my desk draw at work (as you do) and I had a flash of inspiration for an improvement so I think i'm going to do a bit of re-design that whole Triumph-Honda arrangement to be a bit neater and tidier at some point.So are you putting another SSSA on it or is that a pic in your build of whats already on it?
Ha, i think i spotted that book in Waterstones, have to remember to put it on my Christmas list to Santa.For tips, read my book "Zen and the secret art of building shit in the cold and wet"
It is... it's actually something I checked before I accepted the garage number they issued, for that exact reason. But when it's come to the crunch I've chickened out from fear of frying myself! I've had the cover off the T-union that goes down to the light, there's no exposed joins in there that might make it easy..... Top of the right door pillar...... Is that a light?? Can you tap a power feed of it?
:LolLolLolLol: make sure you get the hardback......Ha, i think i spotted that book in Waterstones, have to remember to put it on my Christmas list to Santa.
That maybe wise.. Although it would be handy just to have light....But when it's come to the crunch I've chickened out from fear of frying myself!
Great minds! I thought about this when I was there fitting my subframe and looked, it's not a normal type (screw / bayonet) it's something more like this:Just a quick question about that light. Is it a regular bulb and socket you can change out?