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#41 Posted : 28 October 2019 10:09:20

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Alan/Mark

Many thanks.

Its getting very heavy now and looking ahead on the official build i do like the display stand they supply with this one as that should prevent any issues of it getting knocked over..

Tony
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BUILDING: Harley Davidson Fat boy, Lam. Countach, Hachette Spitfire Mk 1A, Constructo Mayflower
COLLECTING 1:200 Bismarck (Hachette)
SUBSCRIPTION COMPLETE (Awaiting building): USS Constitution, Sovereign of the Seas
COMPLETED: Porsche 911, E-Type Jaguar
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#42 Posted : 28 October 2019 10:24:07

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Hi Tony,

Just found your post stunning work and a first class diary I will be following your build diary.

Regards

Trev.
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#43 Posted : 10 November 2019 19:13:23

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Trev.

Many thanks for the kind comments.

Tony
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BUILDING: Harley Davidson Fat boy, Lam. Countach, Hachette Spitfire Mk 1A, Constructo Mayflower
COLLECTING 1:200 Bismarck (Hachette)
SUBSCRIPTION COMPLETE (Awaiting building): USS Constitution, Sovereign of the Seas
COMPLETED: Porsche 911, E-Type Jaguar
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#44 Posted : 10 November 2019 19:19:06

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SUNDAY 10th November 2019 - HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTF “FAT BOY”


UPDATE ON PACK 11 ISSUES

For anyone following this build diary you will recall that I mentioned a number of quality issues with the parts supplied in pack 11.

My real concern however was being told by customer services that in terms of spares there was nothing available to replace (in particular) the paint damaged frame half.

I was asked to email my concerns and an answer would be obtained from the head office in Italy.

The reply I received was as follows:

“Please note that it was decided by Harley Davidson that the license is not to be renewed, and this model is slowly being phased out of our range.

We will do everything in our power to ensure we can fulfil your requests”


And what they did do to resolve my issue was to re-send the complete Pack 11 again. SO, on that basis I now have a decent frame half, the horn I have replaced with the new part and there is no chrome missing from that. And the Super Glue can be put away because the foot rest in this pack is not broken.

Still some way to go with this build so just hoping that I get through to the end with not major issues.

PACK 12

STAGE 37 – THE HEADLIGHT

PICTURE 1

In this stage we get the The Headlight Body containing a bulb and its cable, The Reflector, The Lens Ring, The Lens.

The instructions also refer to a Type “N” screw being included but again with this pack it’s a whole bag of mixed screws.

PICTURES 2

First part of the assemble is to push the bulb through the hole in the reflector then to line up the reflector posts with the 2 holes in the headlight body.

Needed to angle this in order to see exactly how to line up this part and then its just a press fit to get the 2 parts connected.

PICTURES 3 & 4

Now this is interesting because they tell you to match the Peg in the Lens Ring (arrowed) with the indent (arrowed) in the Lens itself.
All seems logical However it did cause an issue which I will explain.

PICTURE 5

Once the lens is inserted in the Lens Ring its fitted to the Headlight Body by lining up 2 “pegs” and giving the whole thing a slight turn in order to lock the 2 parts together.

Now that is were I noticed an issue.

Having locked the 2 parts in place the markings in the lens itself were twisted off to one side. To my eye it looks like the indent in the lens itself has been made incorrectly.

Not a major issue and it was easy to correct the angle of the lens itself so that the “etchings” ran horizontal when looking at the head-light from the front.
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BUILDING: Harley Davidson Fat boy, Lam. Countach, Hachette Spitfire Mk 1A, Constructo Mayflower
COLLECTING 1:200 Bismarck (Hachette)
SUBSCRIPTION COMPLETE (Awaiting building): USS Constitution, Sovereign of the Seas
COMPLETED: Porsche 911, E-Type Jaguar
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#45 Posted : 10 November 2019 19:24:39

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STAGE 38 – THE FRONT FORK

PICTURES 6

In tis stage we get the Half of the Frame and a further bag of mixed screws.

None of this is required in this stage so its stored safely away until called for in some future build stage.

For this part of the build we go searching through the stored parts and recover:

PICTURE 7

The front forks assemble from stage 30

PICTURE 8

The Springs and cover caps from Stage 10

PICTURE 9

The Headlight Mount from Stage 36

PICTURE 10

We start by placing the 2 springs over the fork ends

PICTURE 11

The Headlight Mount is then slide down over the forks and the 2 caps pressed over the ends and secured by 2 x type “F” screws.

PICTURE 12

And this is what it looks like when complete.
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BUILDING: Harley Davidson Fat boy, Lam. Countach, Hachette Spitfire Mk 1A, Constructo Mayflower
COLLECTING 1:200 Bismarck (Hachette)
SUBSCRIPTION COMPLETE (Awaiting building): USS Constitution, Sovereign of the Seas
COMPLETED: Porsche 911, E-Type Jaguar
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#46 Posted : 10 November 2019 19:28:06

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STAGE 39 – FITTING THE HEADLIGHT

PICTURE 13

In this stage we get a moulded stand that will be used to support the finished model.

I am rather pleased this is included because this is going to be a very heavy model when complete and motorbikes in model form (never had a real one to comment) never like standing on their side supports without tipping over.

And you would certainly not want this tipping over.
Again, for now, this part is stored away until called for in some future stage.

PICTURES 13A, 13B & 13C

In this stage all we need to do is pass the headlight cable through the larger hole in the headlight support and then secure the headlight from the rear of the support using a Type “N” screw.

The very last part of this section is to connect the Headlight lead to the supplied circuit board.

PICTURES 14 & 15

We were provided with an addendum sheet 2 packs back to advise that the circuit board we will be using differs slightly in design to that shown in the instruction manual.

This circuit board appears to just be a wire routing board and contains no electronics. The board with all the circuitry on appears in a later pack.

PICTURE 16

While this board has a slightly different layout to that shown in the instructions you cannot go wrong as there is only 1 2 pin socket into which the 2-pin plug on the headlight plugs.

And for this pack that is all we need to do this time around. A case now of packing everything away safely until the next pack arrives.
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BUILDING: Harley Davidson Fat boy, Lam. Countach, Hachette Spitfire Mk 1A, Constructo Mayflower
COLLECTING 1:200 Bismarck (Hachette)
SUBSCRIPTION COMPLETE (Awaiting building): USS Constitution, Sovereign of the Seas
COMPLETED: Porsche 911, E-Type Jaguar
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#47 Posted : 11 November 2019 12:28:32

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Hi looking good and a very well presented diary,a pleasure to follow cheers mick.BigGrin
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#48 Posted : 11 November 2019 12:30:16

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This is really looking good. It's going to be a stunning display piece when it's finished.
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#49 Posted : 12 November 2019 00:06:54

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Another first class update Tony, really progressing beautifully....Drool Drool

Regards

Alan
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#50 Posted : 12 November 2019 09:08:21

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Coming together very nicely.Love

Mark
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#51 Posted : 31 December 2019 21:51:07

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TUESDAY 31st December - HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTF “FAT BOY”


PACK 13

STAGE 40 – FIXING THE CIRCUIT BOARD

PICTURE 1

In this stage we get:

The Back Cover of the Headlight Body
The Front Axle
The Handlebar Locking Bar.

We also need the handlebars from Stage 17 and The Front Forks from Stage 39.

PICTURE 2

Initially I had a bit of concern regarding the length of the heat shrink used to cover the various cables coming from the handle bar light units and switches.

As can be seen here the left cable there is a lot more red and yellow wiring showing than there is on the right-hand cable.
I did intend to redo the heat shrink but in the end this proved unnecessary.

PICTURES 3 & 4

So, all we need to do here is insert the 2 pegs on the handle bars into the 2 holes on the front forks.

PICTURES 5 & 6

Working on the back of the assemble we now insert the cables into the circuit board.

PICTURE 7

“Game Time” again. This time searching out 2 x F screws and 1 x B screw from the variants we now have.

PICTURE 8

We use the Type B screw to fix the circuit board into place. We then need to thread the 2 Ribbon cables across so they emerge from the slot in the lower right corner of this assemble.

The remaining part of this stage is to use the 2 x F screws to secure the handle bars in place using the Locking bar supplied with this stage.
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BUILDING: Harley Davidson Fat boy, Lam. Countach, Hachette Spitfire Mk 1A, Constructo Mayflower
COLLECTING 1:200 Bismarck (Hachette)
SUBSCRIPTION COMPLETE (Awaiting building): USS Constitution, Sovereign of the Seas
COMPLETED: Porsche 911, E-Type Jaguar
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#52 Posted : 31 December 2019 21:56:13

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STAGE 41 – COMPLETING THE HANDLEBARS

PICTURE 9

In this stage we get:

Coil Housing
Battery Box
Battery Lid
Coil Cover
Battery Strap

None of this is required in this stage so its stored safely away until called for in some future build stage.

PICTURE 10

For this part of the build we need The Back Cover of the Headlight Body from stage 40 and 2 x F screws.

PICTURE 11

We need to ensure all of the cables are correctly routed with both the ribbon cables feeding out of the slot in the lower right-hand section and the handle bar cables coming in at the lower points as shown.

PICTURE 12

Attached to the back cover is the on/off switch and that cable also has to exit lower right.

PICTURE 13

The back plate is fixed in place using the 2 x F type screws.
The on/off switch is then pressed into place.
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BUILDING: Harley Davidson Fat boy, Lam. Countach, Hachette Spitfire Mk 1A, Constructo Mayflower
COLLECTING 1:200 Bismarck (Hachette)
SUBSCRIPTION COMPLETE (Awaiting building): USS Constitution, Sovereign of the Seas
COMPLETED: Porsche 911, E-Type Jaguar
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#53 Posted : 31 December 2019 21:59:47

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STAGE 42 – THE BATTERY AND COIL CASE

PICTURE 14

In this stage we get:

The Oil Tank with attached cables and circuit board.
2 x Type P Screws

These parts are not used during this stage of the build so are stored away safely until required.

PICTURE 15

What we do now need are all of the parts shown here from Stage 41.

PICTURE 16

We start by press fitting the 2 parts of the battery together.

PICTURE 17

The battery strap is then wound around the battery and the 2 clips joined together.

PICTURES 18 & 19

We then take the 2 halves of the coil housing and press fit these together.

Both the assembled battery and coil housing are then stored away safely until required in some future stage of the build.
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BUILDING: Harley Davidson Fat boy, Lam. Countach, Hachette Spitfire Mk 1A, Constructo Mayflower
COLLECTING 1:200 Bismarck (Hachette)
SUBSCRIPTION COMPLETE (Awaiting building): USS Constitution, Sovereign of the Seas
COMPLETED: Porsche 911, E-Type Jaguar
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#54 Posted : 31 December 2019 22:02:31

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STAGE 43 – THE SIDE STAND

PICTURE 20

In this stage we get:

The Side Stand
The Stand Spring.

Again, at this point nothing to do with these parts – just store away until required at some future date.

And for this pack that is all we need to do this time around. A case now of packing everything away safely until the next pack arrives in the New Year.
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BUILDING: Harley Davidson Fat boy, Lam. Countach, Hachette Spitfire Mk 1A, Constructo Mayflower
COLLECTING 1:200 Bismarck (Hachette)
SUBSCRIPTION COMPLETE (Awaiting building): USS Constitution, Sovereign of the Seas
COMPLETED: Porsche 911, E-Type Jaguar
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#55 Posted : 31 December 2019 22:45:37

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Looking great Tony, who’s been a busy boy this Christmas.LOL

Mark
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#56 Posted : 31 December 2019 23:54:30

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Its been good to get some "me" time for once and its let me catch up on a load of boxed up parts.

My room was beginning to look more like a warehouse :-)

Tony
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BUILDING: Harley Davidson Fat boy, Lam. Countach, Hachette Spitfire Mk 1A, Constructo Mayflower
COLLECTING 1:200 Bismarck (Hachette)
SUBSCRIPTION COMPLETE (Awaiting building): USS Constitution, Sovereign of the Seas
COMPLETED: Porsche 911, E-Type Jaguar
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SATURDAY 18th January 2020 - HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTF “FAT BOY”


PACK 14

MORE PROBLEMS

While Pack 14 actually arrived near on 2 weeks ago I have been waiting for a replacement due to the poor state of the Rear Fender that was sent.

PICTURES 1 to 4

As can be seen in these pictures the part is scratched (although looking at the picture I have taken the scratch looks more like something stuck to the part but trust me it is a deep scratch.

The part has also ended up with more that is fair amount of dust in the varnish coat.

While customer services have again been very good in replacing the WHOLE pack 14 because there are no spares available it is disappointing that I seem to have had so many issues with these silver parts over the months. To the point now that I will not be sorry when the build of this one is complete.
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COLLECTING 1:200 Bismarck (Hachette)
SUBSCRIPTION COMPLETE (Awaiting building): USS Constitution, Sovereign of the Seas
COMPLETED: Porsche 911, E-Type Jaguar
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#58 Posted : 18 January 2020 16:00:00

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STAGE 44 – THE REAR SUSPENSION

PICTURE 5

In this stage we get:

The Rear Suspension Unit.

PICTURES 6 & 7

The is part is made of a hard plastic but is somewhat of a “Strange” piece.

It’s the first part of the model I have seen stamped up with a country of origin (MADE IN P.R.C)

Its also odd in that the tops of the cylinders are metal pegged into the cylinders and when you tap these cylinders with a finger nail is sounds and feels like there is something inside – possibly a spring.

However, neither end of this part actually moves so it makes me wonder why they would go to the trouble of adding springs to these cylinders when this is a none functioning part.

Anyhow for now all we do is store this part away until its needed at some future stage.

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COLLECTING 1:200 Bismarck (Hachette)
SUBSCRIPTION COMPLETE (Awaiting building): USS Constitution, Sovereign of the Seas
COMPLETED: Porsche 911, E-Type Jaguar
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#59 Posted : 18 January 2020 16:03:18

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STAGE 45 – FUEL TANK COVER

PICTURE 8

In this stage we get:

Leather Cover for the Fat Boy Fuel Tank

Four Type N Screws

PICTURE 9

We also need to dig out the Fuel Tank from Stage 21.

PICTURE 10

All that is needed to be done in this stage is to align the 4 pegs on the cover with the 4 holes in the fuel tank.

PICTURE 11

We then use the 4 supplied type N screws to secure the cover to the tank.

And that is as much as we need to do in this stage.

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BUILDING: Harley Davidson Fat boy, Lam. Countach, Hachette Spitfire Mk 1A, Constructo Mayflower
COLLECTING 1:200 Bismarck (Hachette)
SUBSCRIPTION COMPLETE (Awaiting building): USS Constitution, Sovereign of the Seas
COMPLETED: Porsche 911, E-Type Jaguar
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#60 Posted : 18 January 2020 16:05:35

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STAGE 46 – THE REAR FENDER

PICTURE 12

In this stage we get:

The Rear Fender

Two Black Type E Screws

1 Silver Type C Screw

These parts are not used during this stage of the build so are stored away safely until required.

And for this pack that is all we need to do this time around. A case now of packing everything away safely until the next pack arrives and hoping that the next pack arrives without any issues.


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BUILDING: Harley Davidson Fat boy, Lam. Countach, Hachette Spitfire Mk 1A, Constructo Mayflower
COLLECTING 1:200 Bismarck (Hachette)
SUBSCRIPTION COMPLETE (Awaiting building): USS Constitution, Sovereign of the Seas
COMPLETED: Porsche 911, E-Type Jaguar
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