Next, I have to repair the lower left gas tank mount. Somehow the mount cracked off my radiator frame during my travels. I suspect vibration was culprit. That 10 gallon gas tank is great for having gas in remote areas but it has some draw backs. I will list a few: It makes your motorcycle 30 lbs. / 14 kgs. more top heavy. I also affects your kickstand negatively. You have to use a right side kickstand to keep it from falling over to the right. That’s really is unhandy. Parking on uneven roads and surfaces is horrible. Anyway, I remounted the gas tank so I could start thinking how I could make and remount a new bracket. It took some thinking but I came up with a plan. I drilled a new hole in the radiator frame which lined up with my existing bracket. I went down to the hardware store and purchased a nylon spacer, bolt, washers and nut. I bolted the bracket on and lined it up with the tapped hole in the gas tank. I shimmed out the gas tank end of the bracket with washers and tightened it down to the gas tank. It looks like it will work. I removed the gas tank again until I receive my “J” nut from Bert’s Mega Mall. Then I can put on my top mount. Once I get my top motor mount in place then I can put my gas tank back on. That pretty much wraps up today.