Spent a few weeks on degreasing, rust removal, cleaning and polishing chrome, touching up paint and painting some parts that were scratched up. I painted the center stand silver to brighten it up a bit. Boxes full of bagged and tagged parts to go over.
Having the same problem a lot of you have had removing the fly wheel. Since the engine is off the bike, there really isn't any way to hold it still. I have a 1/2" breaker bar with a 3/8" reducer that I tried to use along with the hose clamp around the fly wheel and a block of wood. No luck. Gonna see if a neighbor has a 3/8" impact driver and that along with heat on the nut and penetrate oil will get the job done.
The table full of cleaned parts is in my downstairs game room which we don't use any more. It's a great place to keep finished parts out of harms way. The tool box covers look really bad, lots of pits so I may end up painting them. The fender braces, wheels, package rack, front fender rods and the handlebars cleaned up much better.
I polished the stainless front fender on the buffing wheel and it looks like new.
The forks and front wheel are back on the bike as I am into reassembly this week.