Well I apologize if my description was too basic and seemed condesending. I had no idea what your experience was. Now I'm really glad I took the time...CountD said:Just wanting to get some advice - Well, it really wasn't common knowledge for me to remove the fork bottom, as I have restored a Guzzi, BMW R, and a Ducati 750 Sport.
I have already removed and replaced on the MV -
- The main frame with concentric adjuster (made my own tool for the adjuster)
- The cylinder head (and replaced)
- The rear wheel bearing
- The cooling system and upgraded
- Painted the paint work
So, thanks for describing the fork and describing he shiny surface. I'll probably be up to it.