Hey all! Putting the '83 R100RT back together for the spring running. I had flirted with the idea of removing the fairing and running the bike "nekid" but I gave up on that idea. Stock turn signal stalks must be made of GOLD! That and spring/fall riding here needs the full protection. And I ride in the rain. And.... Once again looking for ways to prevent rider heat stroke come mid summer, but that's a topic for a different thread. What I'm hunting, as indicated in the subject line, are rotted out bits. More specifically the rubber grommets that prevent the brake lines from moving too much where they come through the fairing. Since mine is still in pieces, best I could do is from this stolen-from-the-internet photo. I've highlighted the best I can the area I'm talking about. I know there is a piece of rubber there, since I ended up picking off the remnants from one side. I spent the better part of an hour last night pouring over Max's microfiche. Best I could find was an image of SOMETHING that might be what I'm looking for, but no associated part number. If I'm looking for something made of unobtanium, i.e. NLA, that's fine, I can probably put something together. If I can get the actual part, and it's not STUPID expensive, I'd rather go that route. And on a related note, I've come to the conclusion that my bike was crashed at one time. That or suffered a high impact tip over. The fairing mount bracket needed to be bent back into shape to allow all four bolts to be attached. When I took it apart there were only three bolts holding the main piece. The fourth was nowhere to be found and the mount point was a long way out of plane. That might explain the bad left side mirror vibration and the fact that it never seemed to "hang" right. Judicious application of adjustable spanner, hammer, and Mk 1 eyeball later and it's somewhat straight. We'll have to see how that works.