but I still use 35mm camera, it would take me months
to zoom in closer for you. I'll try to come up with
other images from my archives
Welcome Aboard and Happy Healthy New Year
the horn attaches to the bottom hole of
the 2-hole hanger, the upper hole of that hanger
connects to the coil bracket. the horn then sits
centered between the 2 frame down-tubes.
very little clearance between the outer edge
of the horn and down tubes
I hope this helps your assembly process.
and some other diagrams which I'm sure you'll find useful
come back when you need more............
R69s - R60/2 - R67/2 - R51/3
by Bob Coy, Pres of the USCRA vintage racing club based
in New Hampshire. It is a copy of number plates made many years
back for race bikes. Bob offers this design which is very heavy
metal, and also a very light aluminum plate without screen,
much like enduro, motocross number plates.
You can contact Bob Coy through the clubs web site:
I drilled the holes so oncoming traffic can see me
Not so much for night sight - although with the many
holes I have drilled - and at the slower R27 pace,
night riding with the plate is o.k.
As you can see - with just a slight bend of the side
brackets it attaches easily to the /2 headlight bucket
The clear shield does eliminate any wind to the upper body and head,
and when tucked down behind on fast road work,
is excellent protection against wind and rain,
and adds MPH's to your top end speed!