grandpaul wrote:The bottom end will always be nagging you in the back of your mind.
Do the right thing.
That is the worst clutch hub notching I've ever seen. In fact that is the ONLY notching I've seen!
I've seen dozens of badly notched Triumph chainwheels (clutch baskets), but never a notched Norton one.
gortnipper wrote:The centre stand is good and tweaked. I knew that. My question is, if simply just straightened I assume it will just happen again
gortnipper wrote:Is the centre stand mounting bolt a standard head bolt?
gortnipper wrote:The parts diagram is hard to tell, and on one side of mine the washer was on the nut side, and the other on the bolt head side.
gortnipper wrote: That former one appeared to have too much slop into the pivot hole on the stand, so hence the question about head shape – since I would be concerned about not putting a washer there?
gortnipper wrote:The PO broke the frame somehow.
That can depend on how you use it, if you are one of those people who kickstart their bike while on the centre stand then it probably will happen again.
I fit a washer both sides, just ensure the LH bolt head doesn't foul the spring hook when the stand is swung down.
L.A.B. wrote: So, are the pivot bushes missing?
I believe the frame has been known to break in that area if the rear Isolastic has no clearance.
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