- Drill and fit 20mm elbow into breather bottle.
- Fit wiper blades.
- Put trim on the back lights.
- Put knee trim panels in.
- Tighten the rear wheel hubs.
- Paint the rear wheel arches (inside).
- Fit water pipe saddle.
- Rivet internal panels.
20mm hole drilled in the breather bottle with the elbow and straight connecting pipe joining the two. I decided to route the pipe this way as a smooth curve put the pipe too close to the belt and tensioner.
This is a 19mm saddle. Seems to small to me. I am waiting on Derek getting back to me.
Two coats of yaught varnish on both sides should give the wood a bit of an extended life.
Working wipers, whoop.
This is the lowest position I could set the wipers.
I sliced the long side of trim off and glued what was left to the rear lights.
Super glue didn't seem to take to the black plastic so I ended up using impact adhesive on both the plastic and trim.
I added the knee trims to both sides but found the holes didn't line up with the ones in the side panels. I then set about blunting all my drill bits by drilling the stainless steel trim.