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Author Topic: cb200 back to the cafe "lola"  (Read 61492 times)

Offline MickyC

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cb200 bratracker "lola"
« Reply #70 on: Jun 30, 2012, 02:51:16 »
Got the carbs done today all cleaned and new jet's etc. Also I think the reason she was running so awful before the strip check out the dirt that came off them.




Offline cyclefreak

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Re: cb200 bratracker "lola"
« Reply #74 on: Jul 03, 2012, 09:46:12 »
Love the seat man.
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Offline MickyC

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Re: cb200 bratracker "lola"
« Reply #75 on: Jul 04, 2012, 07:48:15 »
Love the seat man.

thank you :-) . we will have to wait and see how it looks all together i cant wait to start. 

Offline MickyC

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cb200 bratracker "lola"
« Reply #76 on: Jul 05, 2012, 22:08:32 »
So I was taking the rear brake apart to clean/prep and saw this:


What do you guys think will it be ok or do I source a new one? It is the bit the sir clip goes into to hold the washer that holds the pads on as so:

Offline Tim

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Re: cb200 bratracker "lola"
« Reply #77 on: Jul 05, 2012, 22:32:16 »
That post just holds a cotter-pin to keep the washer / brake pad ends in place right?  Just missing a small chunk?  It will be fine.  It's a cotter-pin, not a circlip I think.

On your other post - about the rubber bushings in the battery tray - you should be able to pull out those steel sleeves, and then the rubber bushings should be able to be removed.  Lube them up with some WD40 or grease or something like that first and work them out.  But the steel sleeves should come out first so you can squeeze the rubber together and work it through.
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Offline DesmoBro

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Re: cb200 bratracker "lola"
« Reply #78 on: Jul 05, 2012, 22:39:57 »
Sweet Powdered frame, seat looks a mint as well.....Is that a Ducati Jacket?
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Offline MickyC

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Re: cb200 bratracker "lola"
« Reply #79 on: Jul 05, 2012, 22:41:50 »
That post just holds a cotter-pin to keep the washer / brake pad ends in place right?  Just missing a small chunk?  It will be fine.  It's a cotter-pin, not a circlip I think.

On your other post - about the rubber bushings in the battery tray - you should be able to pull out those steel sleeves, and then the rubber bushings should be able to be removed.  Lube them up with some WD40 or grease or something like that first and work them out.  But the steel sleeves should come out first so you can squeeze the rubber together and work it through.

Tim you are a legend thank you a million mate