I see a bunch of elbow grease turning that bike into one clean machine.
Being in such good condition its odd those parts were replaced.
Those bikes had a style/look all too their own , definitely a nice find that any enthusiast would be proud too have it in their collection.
here's few pics of my old trike that might help you out.
I wouldn't put a clutch on one of these trikes probably wouldn't last or work so well.
cleaning up the brake on this bonanza and found the weld on the anchor "bolt" in the brake plate broke free.
Before mr miller fixes it I gotta ask.
Is this really supposed to be just a regular grade 5 bolt?
Was the square nut added just help with the broke weld?
These broncs are a blast too ride in the snow and mud and even on nice days sometimes lol they also come in handy for doing chores...if equipped.
Yours looks unstoppable with those tires.
I recall my first ever ride on a big tire bronc I felt the turning/ handling was a bit odd but quickly...
I'm guessing your problems stem from ethanol fuel and long term storage gooping up the carbs.
These tec motors and carbs are fairly simple and new carbs are cheap on ebay and easy to replace.
Consider finding and using ethanol free fuel in your area and use only that in your minis and other...
Something about the rake and that big 12" wheel way out front inspires confidence diving into corners and going down steep hills.
I'm amazed at the ride quality of the oe suspension on these
This bike "floats" over the rough trails like a big Ole caddy and stays stable while doing it.
My old 72...