Here are a few more picture of the odd looking (damaged) starter clutch outer shell: As well as the mating surface on the back of the flywheel which we’ll polish out a little before reassembly: You can see where the rollers moved back and forth over the years. At this point, since we couldn’t move forward until new parts arrive (we have a new roller, plunger, spring kit and side cover gasket in hand but no bolts or starter clutch) we had ourselves a delicous stout from local brewery Cloudburst and moved onto a fun little project which was mounting a headlight guard Jerkhead got. The Emgo headlight bucket and H4 headlight we had replaced the original square unit with had very large 10 or 12mm captured nuts which we never used, instead opting to use the original headlight bolts with the factory nuts/wiring harness looms for inside the hesdlight. This posed a bit of a problem because to install the headlight guard there would be no easy way to hold these loose nuts on the inside of the bucket with the headlight already installed. We could have sourced larger bolts, but that would have required boring out a bunch of things and would’ve created a domino affect. Instead we decided to bust out the welder and just weld some captive 8mm nuts on the end of the larger nuts already welded inside of the housing. Excuse my welds, they’re certainly not the best I’ve ever done but they’re functional and no one will ever see them, except everyone who reads this thread Blue light time is always fun time! Public service announcement! Wear PPE unlike the dummy you see here. I really need to invest in another nomex welding shirt. I lost a few arm hairs in the process: With that out of the way on both sides we tweaked the mounting brackets for the guard with a few thoughtful bends and slotted it over the housing. Fits like a dream and looks good! We know this is more for style then actually taking a large rock roost into the center of the headlight, but it couldn’t hurt... That’s all for last night. Once we get more parts in we’ll finish the starter clutch rebuild and start in on the final front suspension assembly. Cheers Inmates and I hope you’re staying safe and sane in these interesting times!