Welding was my first thought, I hate to admit it, but the head was broken when I bought the bike back in 2000!
The frame was discovered to be bent almost as soon as I got home with the bike (after a 900 mile drive to get it).
The broken motor mount was discovered as I moved everything to a 1990 frame I had shipped to me.
I have a good welder available, he specializes in exotic bike work, like squeezing a 600 Grizzly 4 wheeler motor into a Yamaha TRZ250 because the owner wanted to race in a 4 stroke class, rewelding the heads on the TRZ and machining them back to shape
Anyway, he TIG welded the right cylinder head motor mount back on my Tiger after I hit a deer in 2010 and had to swap frames (common theme for me??)
I just thought that if I could buy a complete head assy, I could replace it myself at leisure. This way involves scheduling during my off time etc etc.
As to pics, well you see I'm currently in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska at work and my thumper is at home in the North Carolina mountains about 4500 miles away.
I tend to think of things I need to buy while I'm up here so I can put my off time to best use.
Optimization of Free Time.
Besides it gives me something to do in my off hours up here.
I guess I'll call Ed when I get home.
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1995 XT600E - 1992 TDM850 - 1984 GPz750