SURVIVOR 1977 Z1000 A1

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Tyres on, getting there slowly.

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just not enuff time in the day but getting there slowly

in this pic can see snapped off rear foot rest pin ( the peg is level with swing arm so pin gone)

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so cut some rod and had it welded back on

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reflector lug broken off, so cut down some square tubing, bent, cut, bent cut, bent till got it right, welded up, coat of touch up paint no one will ever know

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drilled a hole and welded nut on other side to take reflector

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Steve754tRAGIC did the welding, he an ex drunken boiler maker but got him on a good day , hands wern't shaking

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A drunken boiler maker mate is something we all need at some stage!
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got the swinging arm ready for fitting, old bearings were rusted in solid, thank god for Dremels, cleaned up spot on.

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new bearings and sleeve ready to go in.

the sleeve was worm, often over looked in resto's, lucky had a NOS one in stock, brings a tear to my eyes to use up these unobtainable parts...

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hopefully have it back on wheels next week or too then off too the frame guy in Malagas for straitning and repairs too steering stop.
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Ready for the frame guy in Malaga next week.

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Couldn't wait, put the original Zorst's up for look, should look good with those fitted.


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