What type of rivets do you use?
Here's the fork's finished, new seals, new stanchions and new Progressive springs.
This project is about to go on a hiatus. Most of the subassemblies are finished and the next big step is to start bolting them together. I have another project that needs some attention devouted to it. I bought this Trident about 2 1/2 years ago.
It was a non runner and look liked all it needed was carbs cleaned and some new tires. Well as usual once you start working on something you see more and more things that need fixed, worst problem was badly dimpled valve tops from damaged adjusters, requiring the head to come off and the valves to be replaced. Between the suprises and other projects, I finally finished it this last December. It's sitting there waiting for me try to start it and see how it goes. If all goes well I may be back on this Norton in a few months. But I'm determined to straighten the Trident out first. Also, it's prime riding weather in this part of the country right now. The Thunderbolt, Bonneville and 72 Commando are all shined up and running good, along with the Sportster, so time to drop the wrenches and put on the helmet. If you want to follow the Trident saga, here is the link.http://www.britbike.com/forums/ubbthrea ... Post504097