Transmission not disengaging

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Waffl6
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Re: Transmission not disengaging

Post by Waffl6 » Sun Jul 21, 2019 2:00 pm

Can someone tell me where these go? They are NOT from the shocks. Two go to the top engine mount but I do not know where the other two I have go.

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Re: Transmission not disengaging

Post by ReCycled » Sun Jul 21, 2019 4:18 pm

Gas tank bolts(Between the gas tank and the frame)?
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Re: Transmission not disengaging

Post by Lofty » Sun Jul 21, 2019 7:27 pm

Gas tank bolts(Between the gas tank and the frame)?
The rubber washers in Noah's photo are the right size for this application, but their appearance suggests a different location.

The washers intended for forward placement on the fuel tank have fiber reinforcements, which his don't seem to have (although specifications can change). More to the point, the mounting (i.e., bolt) locations at the intersection of the frame/fuel tank tabs are flat. It's difficult to envision that this particular location could place loading on those particular washers in a manner necessary to deform them in the way that is evident in said photo.

Or perhaps they do belong at the front of the fuel tank. This 2011 has put Waffl6 through the wringer, so I wouldn't be surprised about odd part wear where it's not otherwise expected to occur. :|
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