I think I have a problem . Just checked the frame again with the cross laser and its not true. I probably did not get it correct when I tried to do it and now the new floor is welded and feels solid as a rock. Is it ok to have it like this, Im afraid to put a long bar in and bend, I tried but hesitated. Maybe I damage the fork tube or it bends of its welds, or any other problems. What do I do now. Really dont want to remove the floor again.
Thanks that sounds promising but I rigged it like this and had my dad (90kg) sitting on it. I forced it very hard and everything lifted in the opposite side. New floor is thicker than original floor and welded many spots. Also got scared if damage could occur on inner tube welds or anything like that.. but I will bolt it to the floor and try again
I had to rebuild the ”frame jig” because I had to put extreme force and the floor started to bend bad. I made a new jig that only put load up under the tunnel. Had to pull with everything I had, the pipe bent but I think the frame is better now. Will check with laser again next time. I welded in many places and made som small reinforcements so frame seems to be super solid.
Turns out I get a small tension now putting the cases together. Its not visible but its there. Something happened somewhere when heating it. Any ideas on getting that sorted? Bolt it up with all the engine bolts and put it in the oven for half n hour at max 250degrees?
Im not sure its needed but I dont like having a tension between the cases even if its very small.