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    I used something called Plastic Emblem and Trim...

    I used something called Plastic Emblem and Trim Adhesive by 3M. Bought it at Pep Boys.
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    Thanks for the feedback. I will get to work when...

    Thanks for the feedback. I will get to work when the rain stops!

    Thanks,

    Chip
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    Bike was in storage for a really brutal winter...

    Bike was in storage for a really brutal winter (for southeast PA). I had a couple of short 10-20 minute rides in the 2 days prior but this was an hour up (long way around) and a half an hour back....
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    Warm up ride '76 R75/6

    So yesterday was a nice day and I decided to ride up to the accountant's to pick up my tax stuff. Part of the ride took me on a stretch of 3-4 miles of stop and go in heavy traffic. As the motor...
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    I bought my '76 R75/6 off the sidewalk in front...

    I bought my '76 R75/6 off the sidewalk in front of somebody's house a year and a half ago. It had been sitting under a tarp for 4-5 years. I paid $1,500 which in retrospect was high. Big ticket items...
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    Not to beat a dead horse, but if the temperature...

    Not to beat a dead horse, but if the temperature on the inside of the float and the temperature on the outside of the float are the same, the water will not condense (assuming the air is basically...
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    It all still makes sense. Whenever one side of...

    It all still makes sense. Whenever one side of the aluminum is colder than the other, you are going to get water droplets on the warmer side. The frigid air on the outside of the carb and the...
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    It sounds like the water is condensing right in...

    It sounds like the water is condensing right in the float bowl. The air getting into the bowl is just a bit warmer and the aluminum bowl is conducting the cold and you are getting droplets of water...
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    In my opinion, pulling the plugs is best. It...

    In my opinion, pulling the plugs is best. It removes compression which makes it easier on the battery and reduces load on the "dry" parts.
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    Just the same, I would pull the plugs out and...

    Just the same, I would pull the plugs out and crank the engine until the oil pressure light goes out. That will get oil to the various parts with little / no load.
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    Would suggest one alteration to the above. I...

    Would suggest one alteration to the above. I would suggest heating the entire structure nice an warm. Not hot. You don't want to flash the solvent from the penetrant. Apply the penetrant after the...
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    In mine, the green and red is connected to the...

    In mine, the green and red is connected to the terminal marked "reserve" just below the hex nut under the bottom fuse. I cannot fine the green and yellow merged with black in any of my photos. If you...
  14. The shock connects to the final drive on this...

    The shock connects to the final drive on this side and it looks like it is connected to a modified final drive on this bike. That would have a modified driveshaft housing as well.
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    Suggest hat you clean the wiring harness...

    Suggest hat you clean the wiring harness thoroughly with fresh water and then use whatever electric / electronic component cleaner to disperse the water and prevent corrosion. You want to get all...
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    I don't recall an o ring. I just replaced mine 6...

    I don't recall an o ring. I just replaced mine 6 months ago or so ('75 R75/6). I have no idea why someone would have gooped that up the way they did. Unfortunately, I did not take any pictures of the...
  17. Thread: 1974 r-90/6

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    Have you tried hooking a known, good 12VDC source...

    Have you tried hooking a known, good 12VDC source directly to the horn to see if it works?
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    Suggest that you thoroughly drain the system and...

    Suggest that you thoroughly drain the system and take care not to get any brake fluid on anything. The switch is not expensive but I had to take the master cylinder off in order to get the old one...
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    If your switch is the same as mine, sticking out...

    If your switch is the same as mine, sticking out of the back of the master cylinder, short a screwdriver across the terminals and see if the brake light comes on. If so, replace the switch.
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    Look upside down to me too. My guess is that the...

    Look upside down to me too. My guess is that the arrow points "up" and does not refer to fuel direction.
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    I would also worry about the angle the cable...

    I would also worry about the angle the cable takes as it exits the cover. That could cause a weak spot.
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    I don't know if it's legal but...At a local small...

    I don't know if it's legal but...At a local small plane airport, you would be able to buy a gallon of aviation gas. From what I understand, adding about a cup of that to 5 gallons of regular unleaded...
  23. Thread: R75/6 Lift

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    Thanks for all the feedback. I have a garage with...

    Thanks for all the feedback. I have a garage with a walk out basement (built into the side of a hill) and will eventually build a simple table type lift into the first floor (where the cars are). For...
  24. Thread: R75/6 Lift

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    R75/6 Lift

    I am looking into getting a lift for my garage / basement. I am leaning toward the smaller lift that looks like it supports the bike from the center stand area. Is the support from the oil pan or is...
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    I'm going to try swapping the coil wires and see...

    I'm going to try swapping the coil wires and see if that moves the issue to the other side. Maybe this weekend.

    Thanks,

    Chip
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