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Author Topic: Re: Scott's 1974 CB360 project- She is alive!!  (Read 55361 times)

Offline SpottheDogg

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Re: My 1974 CB360 project
« Reply #50 on: Feb 27, 2011, 19:28:01 »
I just went to my page 1, copied the address bar and put it in my sig when editing forum profile.

Just wrapped up some polishing work, not too bad but not great and not what I want. When the budget opens up I will re-visit the wheels. I plan on next winter getting some nice tires and powdercoating the hoops and hubs satin black with fresh stainless steel spokes. Maybe if I get lucky I'll find some aluminum hoops anodized black.


« Last Edit: Mar 25, 2011, 18:08:09 by SpottheDogg »

Offline SpottheDogg

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Re: My 1974 CB360 project
« Reply #51 on: Mar 01, 2011, 19:44:27 »
Well I painted some of the motor, installed the bottom end in the frame, the swingarrm and slid the rear wheel in. The only issue so far is I can't hook up the rear brake.... only one rod will attach at a time. :-\ Not sure why

Next up is putting the wiring harness back in.

Offline stript.714 o/c

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Re: My 1974 CB360 project
« Reply #52 on: Mar 02, 2011, 03:16:38 »
Well I painted some of the motor, installed the bottom end in the frame, the swingarrm and slid the rear wheel in. The only issue so far is I can't hook up the rear brake.... only one rod will attach at a time. :-\ Not sure why

Next up is putting the wiring harness back in.
Take some pictures to show us, or look at the parts fiche so we know what parts you are talking about. So we can help with info!!

Offline frogman

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Re: My 1974 CB360 project
« Reply #53 on: Mar 02, 2011, 22:42:39 »
With the brake thing, just take the arm off the housing on the back and move it a few splines to the front, I know there is a spot that looks like it lines up withe slot in the arm but there is still some wiggle room.

The rest looks really good, that front fender looks freaking awesome!!  You should see my shop, I have crap piled everywhere right now but the piles are at least getting smaller. ;D

Offline SpottheDogg

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Re: My 1974 CB360 project
« Reply #54 on: Mar 03, 2011, 10:53:39 »
I'll try but I thought there was just one way it could go on. ???

Offline kMoto

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Re: My 1974 CB360 project
« Reply #55 on: Mar 03, 2011, 13:19:24 »
I'm sure you've seen the flat spot on the splined shaft that enters the drum (that the brake arm goes onto), and that is why you can't rotate the brake arm that far.  I just filed/grinded that flat spot down.  So, the splines don't hit it.  Then you can put it in any position you want. You might have to mess with that little cover behind the brake arm too.

Offline SpottheDogg

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Re: My 1974 CB360 project
« Reply #56 on: Mar 03, 2011, 14:52:29 »
It's weird because it all was together when I got the bike.

*edit* I just bent the lever stop back, I forgot I had bent it forward because it looked bent and I put a pin switch in it that is likely a bit thicker than the previous adjustment for the stop.
« Last Edit: Mar 03, 2011, 19:52:30 by SpottheDogg »

Offline SpottheDogg

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Re: My 1974 CB360 project
« Reply #57 on: Mar 03, 2011, 19:58:50 »
Where did this fall from? I noticed it hit the floor on dis-assembly. Using Ebay link for convenience.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/GROUND-WIRE-74-75-76-HONDA-CB360-CL360-CB-CL-360-K1-K2-/160403471603?pt=Motorcycles_Parts_Accessories&hash=item2558cabcf3

Offline frogman

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Re: My 1974 CB360 project
« Reply #58 on: Mar 03, 2011, 21:01:46 »
It is a ground wire that goes from the bottom of the handle bar risers (under one of the acorn nuts) to the under side of one of the gauge mounts on the top tree clamp. It's needed if you run any bars that use the bar clamps as the bars will be isolated electrically, because they are rubber mounted, from the rest of the bike and have no ground.

Offline SpottheDogg

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Re: My 1974 CB360 project
« Reply #59 on: Mar 04, 2011, 10:52:40 »
OK, so looks like I don't need them as I am running clip-ons. Thanks a lot!