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SELLING / Two stroke pipe/Bassani/ RD for sale. Left side.
« Last post by jimmer on Today at 01:59:44 »
Perfect condition Bassani expansion chamber. RD400/350/250. Left side pipe only. I used the right pipe on my Blaster stroker and it worked great for that too. You won’t be disappointed. $125, you pay shipping. NC., USA. Email-  jimjplatek@gmail.com
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Ssssseeeexxxaaayyyyy wheels!
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Cafe Racers / Re: 5ivemoto
« Last post by MiniatureNinja on Nov 14, 2018, 23:45:27 »
same here! I want one to pair my honda CB360
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Specials / Re: CB750 rat bike?
« Last post by Luugo86 on Nov 14, 2018, 23:44:21 »
Clean the piece and tig weld it. Getting an arc rod in there seems like it will be clumsy.
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Specials / Re: CB750 rat bike?
« Last post by trek97 on Nov 14, 2018, 23:05:28 »
Now thats a pretty good penny trick.   :D
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Nick check out CHP motorsports. They're just north of you around Tyler, TX. They stock a ton of parts for the mini trails and I'm sure shipping would be quick for you.

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Awesome tires - nothing like a set of fresh wheels all ready and waiting.
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Specials / Re: CB750 rat bike?
« Last post by pidjones on Nov 14, 2018, 18:08:40 »
I haven't struck an arc (intentionally) since ~1970. But, the center stand on the Rocket is broken on one side, so I'll give it a try. The removal was tricky because I already had the rear wheel off and bearings out of it so I had to support the swing arms on jack stands. Was able to get clearance for the pivot to come out by removing the two muffler mount nuts on both sides and pushing the muffler down enough for the studs to come out and rest against the mount. Did the penny trick on the spring because my brake spring tool just didn't have the mechanical advantage for this job.
The right side of the stand was almost completely broken away from the pivot tube. Someone must have smacked this pretty hard.

So, imagine the weld quality by someone that hasn't welded in well over 40 years - it was stick then - and them doing it on a rainy driveway with a Harbor Freight flux core welder with five year old HF wire. Scary enough? Worse than a Honda weld! Anyway, it's worse but "it is what it is". Went back together surprisingly easy. Then I knocked it on its side taking it off the jack stands. This thing feels light after picking up GoldWings.
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Loungin at da club / Re: Post a pic of your latest purchase
« Last post by advCo on Nov 14, 2018, 18:03:46 »
Freebie from a friend.  A Peugeot 103 moped, and a CB400f.  I'm not sure if much can be saved on the CB.  It sat outside for years with the clutch cover missing.

Sweet moped!
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Loungin at da club / Re: Post a pic of your latest purchase
« Last post by Rat_ranger on Nov 14, 2018, 17:45:49 »
Freebie from a friend.  A Peugeot 103 moped, and a CB400f.  I'm not sure if much can be saved on the CB.  It sat outside for years with the clutch cover missing.
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