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Alternator Rotor Holder 03 Apr 2021 16:02 #846072

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Had a hard time getting the bolt off the end of my crank. I've done it once before with an impact and a rubber strap wrench to rebuild my starter clutch, but I didn't feel like messing with that this time so I made a oem style rotor holder. Worked like a dream and made removal super easy. If you've got access to a welder and some simple metal working tools I'd recommend it. 
 
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1982 KZ1100 A2 Cafe
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Alternator Rotor Holder 04 Apr 2021 07:15 #846099

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Nice fab! Hopefully I don't need one but I'm working on my charging system and if needed that's to your idea I can make my own. 
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Alternator Rotor Holder 04 Apr 2021 13:52 #846138

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Thanks!
Id recommend it for ease alone. Way easier that having someone hold the brake or any of that stuff. Takes maybe an hour to make out of a couple bolts and nuts welded to some 3/8 plate steel (that's what I used anyways). Took me about 10 seconds to take that bolt off with the tool. I can provide measurements if needed.
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Alternator Rotor Holder 04 Apr 2021 15:19 #846145

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Hardgun post=846138Thanks!
Id recommend it for ease alone. Way easier that having someone hold the brake or any of that stuff. Takes maybe an hour to make out of a couple bolts and nuts welded to some 3/8 plate steel (that's what I used anyways). Took me about 10 seconds to take that bolt off with the tool. I can provide measurements if needed.

awesome, when ever you get to it that would be cool. I'll save them for the just in case. Rather have them and be ready to fab than to have to research and then fab. Much appreciated . But when ever you get to it. 

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Alternator Rotor Holder 05 Apr 2021 15:41 #846222

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You wanna make me one?
82' KZ750-R1 cafe racer style. Clip-on, Rear set, Fork-Brace, Mikuni Flat-slide (forgot the size), Kerker.
84' GPz750 (basket case). everything are in pieces.
89' ZX750-H1 (ZX-7 Ninja). Resurrection project are on going with my KZ750. Everything is stock.

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Alternator Rotor Holder 06 Apr 2021 04:50 #846250

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PM sent Ojisan.

Ill get some better pics and dims tonight Ricco86.
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Alternator Rotor Holder 06 Apr 2021 18:04 #846298

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I ground the threads off of the end of the bolts so I didn't damage the rotor. I used 3/8 plate steel and 3/8-16 nuts and bolts. Id also extend the width of it by .125"-.25", it was just enough to get around my rotor, but the bottom nut hangs off the arm by about that much. Excuse the sloppy welds and sorry if the pictures are poor. Rear camera on my phone decided to bite it today. 
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Alternator Rotor Holder 08 Apr 2021 11:25 #846386

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I ground the threads off of the end of the bolts so I didn't damage the rotor. I used 3/8 plate steel and 3/8-16 nuts and bolts. Id also extend the width of it by .125"-.25", it was just enough to get around my rotor, but the bottom nut hangs off the arm by about that much. Excuse the sloppy welds and sorry if the pictures are poor. Rear camera on my phone decided to bite it today. 
I really appreciate your time taking measurements and also the details. I’ll save this and have it done when Able
 

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