[Dibico Project Journal - Part 11 (Construction Inspection)]

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Finally it was time to consult the Inspection man from the organisation SFRO to see what he thought about the bike. It was the Swedish national day, 6 June 2014. Overall he said that it was possible to get Dibico on the road but it would take some work and effort to get there as you can imagine.

Copy of his comments from the inspection:

In the summer I made some big progress starting to deal with the list. I will list the numbers from the inspection and then I will show my solution for it.

NR1:

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When I was finished with the frame certificate I sent it to the Swedish transport agency together with receipts over the engine and some other stuff.

NR2:

The transport agency replied that the identification proof is ready.

NR3:

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I printed the frame number on a paper and punched small holes with a center punch.

NR4:

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NR5:

Work in progress with finding the right brake cylinder......

NR6:

Work in progress with ordering the right pieces......

NR7:

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New tire with load index 109.

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My own tool to change the tire.

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