I started by making some new gaskets for the water pump housing and putting those in place along with the pump cover.
Then I moved on to Dropping the freshly painted bottom end of the motor into the frame.
I finally got around to cleaning up and greasing the head bearings as well as cleaning the clamps and putting them back on the frame.
Glancing around the work bench I turned my attention to the rear master cylinder and the caliper. It seemed a bit froze up. As I pumped the brake pedal in my hand it didn't do anything at the caliper so what else does a person do? Tear it apart and give it a good servicing. Started by draining all the old oil out, it was a bit more brown then it should have been. Then washed solvent through hoses and master cylinder all the way through the caliper till it ran clean. Then put new oil in the system and bleed that through to get the air out. Also cleaned the outside of the hoses, caliper, master cylinder and reservior. Put it all back together and mounted it to the bike.
Its fun to watch things go back to gether.