First stop, the bath tub. I think the powdercoater washed everything, but you have to make sure that there is not blast media or loose powder in your sliders.
The bolt goes through the slider, the spacer inside the slider and threads in the end of that rod.
Snug this hand tight. (We can't torque yet without a special tool.)
There is a sleeve that has to be driven until it bottoms out.
Then a big washer sits on the sleeve.(not pictured)
A new fork seal.
Put a plastic bag over the end of the tube and lube with fork oil to avoid nicking the new seal on the edge of the tube. Be sure that you put the seal in facing the correct direction. Looks like the old ones had little twin squares marks up.
Drive the seal in. I have to give a shout out to Okie Smoke for lending me the 41mm driver.
Put the snap ring in.
Treat the wiper seal like the oil seal.
Get it seated.
Spring goes in.
This little ring holds it all together.
Shove the plug down past the ring groove and have your wife put the ring in the groove.
The Clymer manual said 460ml and a height between 5.31 and 5.47 inch.
Now to really built the front end. This cover goes there.
Through the bottom tree.
Hmmmmm... these covers may not stay, depending on how the rest looks with it.
These Drifter rubbers are stubborn.
Put the top tree on and torque the bolt.