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MikeNTexas
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Mystery part

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I have an extra 1100 engine that had rust in a couple of cylinders. With extra time on my hands I decided to tear it down and hone the cylinders and free up any stuck rings. Before putting it back together I am familiarizing myself with all the bits and pieces before re-assembling it. I have this little bracket and can not remember where it came from. Can any of you experienced GL mechanics shed some light on this for me?
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1975 GL1000 (it’s a keeper)
1983 GL1100 Custom (sold)
1976 GL1000 Project (finished and sold)
Another1976 GL1000 Project in the works
MikeNTexas
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Just answered my own question. #10 here
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1975 GL1000 (it’s a keeper)
1983 GL1100 Custom (sold)
1976 GL1000 Project (finished and sold)
Another1976 GL1000 Project in the works
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how fun was getting to the alternator???
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robjordan406 wrote: Wed Sep 22, 2021 11:29 pm how fun was getting to the alternator???
It was a fun experience. Decided to tear into it just to learn how these motors come apart and go back together. For the price of a gasket set I believe I could make it a runner.
1975 GL1000 (it’s a keeper)
1983 GL1100 Custom (sold)
1976 GL1000 Project (finished and sold)
Another1976 GL1000 Project in the works
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