plugeye

92 DR350SE

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7 hours ago, GlennRay said:

How did you pull the seal?  I know I have done this before without splitting the case or even taking the engine out of the frame, but I can't remember how I got the seal out.

a small wood screw threaded partially in, pliers pulled it out

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13 hours ago, plugeye said:

a small wood screw threaded partially in, pliers pulled it out

That is what I was thinking after I posted my reply.  It was the only thing that made sense.

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4.2 gallon tank going on

 

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this petcock will work

 

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hose has a smooth path

 

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made a copy of the lower support from 1/8" steel welding rod

 

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bending jig

 

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the clarke tank is from adammtb, petcock is a new yamaha  2GU-24500-02-00, free viton gasket material from brianpeck.

i trimmed the seat bracket corners, they were touching the tank.

had a drip from petcock to tank, used the viton to seal.

should have decent range now.

also pulled off the handlebar blocks & installed stock guards

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On 9/26/2017 at 9:51 AM, plugeye said:

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4.2 gallon tank going on

 

36883087530_a0468982c9_c.jpg

this petcock will work

 

36883081350_7c3d42a0fe_c.jpg

hose has a smooth path

 

37090208646_1e907423b6_c.jpg

made a copy of the lower support from 1/8" steel welding rod

 

37090208256_f90577f57a_c.jpg

bending jig

 

37296416521_5b7bcbcc7d_b.jpg

the clarke tank is from adammtb, petcock is a new yamaha  2GU-24500-02-00, free viton gasket material from brianpeck.

i trimmed the seat bracket corners, they were touching the tank.

had a drip from petcock to tank, used the viton to seal.

should have decent range now.

also pulled off the handlebar blocks & installed stock guards

So you made the lower support element out of welding rod to increase the strength/rigidty?

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8 hours ago, plugeye said:

i made a copy of the wire because i only had 1 but have 3 tanks.

Makes perfect sense.  Nice bending jig by the way.

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8 hours ago, plugeye said:

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I wish I had that stock rear frame member/rack and the stock brake light assembly on my bike.  The rack I have is okay, but I'm not real fond of how the previous owner did the brake light/turn signals.

Is the kick stand on these bikes too short?

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Nice thread Plugeye.
As I've noticed, you have a good collection of parts.
I'm in need of the plastic cases for the clocks.
Mine are pretty beat up as you can see in these photos. Can you assist, or anyone else w/ extras? G. 20180516_123851.jpg20180516_123746.jpg20180516_123754.jpg

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13 minutes ago, PaydayGabe said:

Nice thread Plugeye.
As I've noticed, you have a good collection of parts.
I'm in need of the plastic cases for the clocks.
Mine are pretty beat up as you can see in these photos. Can you assist, or anyone else w/ extras? G. 20180516_123851.jpg20180516_123746.jpg20180516_123754.jpg

sorry, i dont have any leads at the moment. i got lucky when someone got rid of his throwaways. between that and my pieces, i built a decent cluster.

try asking over on adventurerider.com/bikes/thumpers/dr350 thread also on maximum suzuki forum DR page.

best of luck.

 

 

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Thanks a bunch for your reply.
I have a request on AdvRider fleemarket.
Going to register at
MaxZuk asap.
These items are almost as rare as chicken lips! G.

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