Hey guys, this is my first post but I have been using the forums here for about a year now working on my 76 ironhead. Basically I've torn the thing down, and rebuilt much of it, getting it dialed in ready for that first ride. But I hit a snag today that has me stumped. So I am doing a rough chop on the thing, swing arm style but lowered the back suspension so needed to chop the rear fender and get it a bit higher off the wheel than it was. I didn't realize though was that part of the metal fender was touching one of the little boxes thats tucked between the wheel and the battery (not sure what its called). Anyways I went to start it and the fender caused a short, and then white wire going from the starter to said little box went up in flames and almost blew me right up. But pulled the wire, re rigged a new one and went to start it again, but now get no spark. I've tested the ig. coil and its only giving me about .1-.8 ohms on resistance so I figured either its frigged or my multimeter is no good. I ordered a new coil but am not sure if I fried anything else in the process. I checked and the positive side of the coil is still getting nearly 13 volts when the key is on, but the negative side going to the points is getting nothing when the wire running to the points is connected. When I take the wire off, the negative side of the coil reads the same 12.9 volts or whatever (but the points still read absolutely nothing). When it cranks, I usually see a little spark between the points when they open, but that also has absolutely nothing. Could I have fried the condenser? The Generator? I know my description is a bit vague but I am keen to learn and literally any advice out there is much help. Thanks a bunch.