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Old 29-04-2019, 07:48 AM   #286
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Not much done this weekend as I had other things going on but I did manage to make a filler piece and weld up the notch I took out of the RH brace to help fit the rad.






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Old 01-05-2019, 09:25 AM   #287
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not sure on how thin that has gone Oz ..
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not sure on how thin that has gone Oz ..
at the narrowest point it is half the width of the tube right down at the bottom (approx. 20mm wide + the triangulation plate) and it tapers wider. The filler piece is 3mm plate and I will eventually be putting a new triangulation plate in 3mm (current is about 1.5mm) and extending it further up the tube but I need to work on the engine position first as since I fitted the poly mounts the engine doesn't want to sit in the same place as before, I just need to move it back a little more and will also tip engine a little further forward so it will move the gearbox a little further back to give a bit more room for a bigger triangulation plate.
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