When we got back, Hudson (my 5 yr old) and I wanted to spend some quality time working on the Enfield. I confess I sort of gerry-rigged a setup to tighten a very sloppy primary chain. I used a rubber caster cup. Don't judge me. Hudson pointed out my hands were getting dirty and I told him that a long time ago, someone taught me never to be afraid to get your hands dirty when you work. Nothing is so pointless as four people standing around staring at an unsolved problem because no one wants to get grease under their nails. He said he wanted to "put it back together" so I let him do the wrenching. There's no place like home.
|David Blasco, owner and writer at RoyalEnfields.com|
|My best pal, Sanders, stealing a ride|
|Mr. Castle and I flattened the hills in Florida.|
|Time stops here. Vintage St., Orlando, FL, USA|
|Yes, I used a rubber caster cup to tense up the primary chain.|
|My little guy, Hudson: not afraid of dirt|
|A job well done. Now, we ride.|