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  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2019
    Location
    Florida
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    First Tri-Z build, advice?

    Good evening all!
    I知 building my first tri Z.
    I have a 1985-1/2 frame and a 1986 1RX engine.
    I知 an aluminum fabricator by trade
    Not much I can稚 do! I acquired the frame and front end from one guy, and every part needed
    To assemble it from another guy. Any advice on which parts to put on first? I have restored quite a few tri
    motos, just never a tri z. I知 having every part stripped and either powder coated, painted or chromed.
    I知 in the market for parts to fully rebuild the engine, as well as some performance parts. If anyone has some for sale please contact me, located in Florida!
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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    Location
    MI, USA
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    Not sure what your harness is like, but I make new harnesses. No point in replacing it if the harness is nice and soft and flexible, but if it's stiff, dry rotted, or connectors are corroded, then it's not a bad idea to replace it.

    http://shop.3wheelerworld.com/index....product_id=393

    Besides harnesses, I don't really have much experience/advice for the mechanical side for the Tri-Z. I parted out one ages ago, and the left over parts looks like you already have on hand (axle, swing arm and such).

    Either case, good luck with the build.

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