Yep. I do regular cleaning and spot checks, and remove the alternator bracket now and then for a full inspection. So far so good.The alternator brackets on these bikes is notorious for breaking causing the the belt to be misaligned and come off . Just a thought . Top motor mount bolts are also notorious for leaking . Could need to be removed and resilicone seal the blots .
I've added a front inline banjo bolt/brake light switch. Works perfectly every time! No more wondering if my brake lights won't shut off!
I have also added a seat back/rest (thank you Paul H)! It tilts backward at just the right angle. The seat design puts the back rest up a little high, right where I need it: mid back, at the shoulder blades! Riding is a luxury now!
It's great to be back on the road!
Probably a pinched wire from licence Plat frame installation ?Something is wrong with this $40 lighted license plate frame with third brake light. Having been on the road only three times since installing it, it has popped three fuses. My fuse block is a new Blue Seas type.
During the side of the road fuse changing distraction, I forgot to re-install the fuse block cover. I'm sure it's flat and shattered now.
I suppose I'd better run some tests with a multimeter. Hoss is gonna sit some more...
Ruled that out on the ride home. Another fuse popped so pulled over and disconnected all the wires from the plate frame. Fuse #5 blasted out right after. Time to garage the pig yet AGAIN, and play seek and go hide with all of the light wiring...Probably a pinched wire from licence Plat frame installation ?