The only pin like that I can think of are the ones in the transmission shaft bearings. They are there to line the bearings up correctly in the case during assembly. I cannot see how one would get loose unless it get there during assembly.
Not a cover pin. Those are solid metal dowels, not roll pins. I've looked at every picture in the manual and I'm now 99.9% sure it is a sheared off transmission bearing alignment pin. The pic in the manual that shows the second gear bearing retaining ring being installed also shows the alignment pin for the bearing. That is exactly what the pin I found looks like. Size, shape, everything.
Not possible for that to be in my engine unless it was sheared off as the engine was being assembled at the factory. 3 years later it's on my drain plug :-/
Hmmm good thing i kept my dead transmission bearing around just for an occasion like this. Sure looks like the right pins...but I see no way for them to get out unless your case now has a 1/4" recess in the journal...
These pins are not like other I have seen. The ones I am familiar with look like a tube with a split up the middle. These pins in my hand are rolled over each other like a fruit roll-up. The seams actually overlap...
I'v seen it done, but finding any kind of detailed information, schematics, or parts lists has been impossible. I have the headlight "bracket" and the complete headlight assembly off the 1125cr. But it is very obvious I am missing parts. From what little I can find online it looks like the...
Wow this place has changed quite a bit. Are any of the old members from the original 1130cc.com still around? Max, Jeanie, etc? I hadn't been here in a long time due to my career path but hopefully I'll be on more.
I did a short check for something in the forum for "Rear Crash Bars", but didn't find anything.
So, I'll ask here. Has anyone seen anyone offering rear crash bars?
Or will I have to make my own?
Thanks for the help.