- Aug 7, 2009
I pretty much have my 74 850 ready for the road after 25 years. Replaced all cables, fork tubes - seals, etc., renewed the front disk and master cylinder and added a Boyer. Started 2nd kick and sounded good - no untoward noise from the engine. So everything seems in order, pretty much like I thought it would be since it ran great 25 years and 3 kids ago. Looking it over, however, I was wondering considering the amount of rust on the rotor should I have the rotor turned? It seems like the right thing to do but if unnecessary I would rather not waste the cash. Any suggestions?