Ok, my cables are backward of yours. The forward cable is the throttle and the rear cable is the choke. Not sure why mine are like that but I checked a picture from before I took it apart and that was how they were. One thing I noticed is that I can't use the full range of the choke lever. The choke is all the way open in the 'open' position, but the choke flap closes 100% at about 3/4ths to 7/8ths of the way up on the lever. Any ideas?Red is the choke cable.
I agree, the seal was cheap and easy to replace once I was that far. No reason not to at that point.Behind the flywheel didn't look wet with oil from a leaking seal but for all the more it cost for the seal I think you were smart to replace it anyways while you had it apart.
Thanks Steve, I'm definitely glad I pulled the flywheel to clean back there.Solid work Joe. Man, that stator was one crusty critter. Glad the gas filler neck stayed straight. Looking good. You are doing great work and are gonna have a nice GT to use for many years.
Does anyone have a torque spec for the driveshaft bolts? It probably doesn't matter much, but if someone has it I'll use it.