11.14.03.13

.13 Body Items.

Procedures: Reject Vehicle If:
A. Check for required body items, defective or dislocated parts, and parts projecting from the vehicle. A.(1) Seat is improperly or insecurely attached. Seat locking device does not function where applicable.
B. Side and Center Stand.    (2) Engine mounting, frame, or brackets are cracked or broken.
C. Chain Adjustment.
D. Chain guard. Motorcycles, if originally equipped, shall be provided with a chain guard, or other suitable device, which is original or equivalent.
E. Fenders. Inspect to determine if the fenders are properly mounted and there are no cracks, broken areas, or sharp edges. Front fender is not required.
B.(1) The side or center stand will not remain in the stored position.
    (2) The side or center stand is cracked, or broken, or apparent structural weakness is present, which would not support the motorcycle.
   (3) Side or center stand is held in the stored position by:
     (a) Wire;
     (b) Rubber band;
     (c) Other method which would not insure that the stand would remain secured in stored position.
  C. Chain is not adjusted to manufacturer's specifications. If specifications are unavailable the following shall apply: "Rigid frame models": minimum of 1/2 inch to maximum of 1 inch total up and down movement measured on the lower section of the chain midway between the sprockets. "Swing arm models": minimum of 1/2 inch to maximum of
2 inches total up and down movement measured on the lower section of the chain midway between the sprockets.
  D. The chain guard, or other device, is missing (if originally equipped), broken, cracked, or is not the original or equivalent.
  E.(1) Fenders are improperly mounted, cracked, or have sharp edges.
  (2) Rear fender is missing.