Then, a dose of Threebond on the flange between the two halves of the case, and bolt them up. This immediately reveals that we are missing three bolts - we have the nice stainless screw in the top, that came from Acme, but I have not sourced the others. So we can get on, one comes from stock - it's the right bolt, but the wrong material.
The clutch sprocket bearing cage goes in next, well greased and followed by the twelve needle rollers, courtesty of John Budgen:
Then the chainwheel goes on:
A quick spin reveals a horrible grinding noise... But I know what that is - I've forgotten the ring behind the chainwheel. Primary chain goes on, courtesy of Draganfly, with the clip safely fitted in the right direction:
I found that the primary chain is much easier to adjust if you flip up the rear mudguard - the access to the adjuster is much better.
So, all done. I need a few parts:
- bolts for the two halves of the rear case
- the bolt for the lower chainguard to the rear primary case
- a spacer for the rear case to the frame
- a split pin for the shock absorber
- spring washers for the clutch dome screws.
But that's it for the moment. Here it is, all together: