- Complete the dry rebuild of the forks & nacelle, leaving cleaning up the oil seal holders until strip down;
- Get the mudguards, seat base and chain guards grit blasted ready for welding;
- Build up the frame and swinging arm, dry fit engine plates, gearbox, seat, swinging arm, mudguard etc.;
- Repair the seat base, chain guards and mudguard while the frame is on the bench & available for test fitting;
- Strip it all down and prepare for painting;
- Send the black parts to the Horsford powder coater;
- Send the tanks and toolbox to Ian Potter;
- Strip and rebuild the gearbox & clutch;
- Strip the engine, inspect and send the bottom end to SRM, including the original cases;
- Recondition the dynamo;
- Send the magneto for refurbishment;
- Clean the wheels and fit new Avon tyres;
We can work on the rebuild process later - that is quite enough to be going on with! Feel free to comment.
The only fly in the ointment? This:
Another TS125, whose frame is already in my workshop for a battery tray repair...