Wally’s 1982 FLT primary saw a lot of moisture from temperature change which causes condensation steel and friction plates are trashbike torn down and ready for restorationwhat a mess! (not really. everything is actually very organized and will be further organized when it gets cleaned up and ready for reassembly)ready to tear down enginenight and day differenceugly old rocker boxes and cam covernicely polished rocker boxrocker boxes and cam cover cleaned up and polished.weighing pistons for balancing balancing the flywheelsassembling and truing flywheelsunusual marks on piston indicating problems.new vs old piston. Old must be 7to1 compression and new is 8to1signs of over heating are clearly seenthe result of over heating is valve stuck in guide and guide moving in head. This is the cause of the unusual marks on piston.heads cleaned up ready for repair and fresh valve jobrocker boxes rebuilt and assembled pressing sprocket shaft bearing on to flywheel assemblypressing left hand case and bearing on to flywheel assemblyboring cylinders for new pistonsflywheels are set in cases and cylinders are painted and boredlower end assembled and ready to be prelubed before top end is put ondirty transmissioncleaned up, rebuilt transmissionanother night and day picturefork legs polished and rebuilt with new seals and fluid ready to goframe cleaned up and being striped for new paintcompletely striped frame ready for paint.