collapse

www.cognitomoto.com

www.dimecitycycles.com

https://www.townmoto.com/collections/vanson-leathers


www.restocycle.com

www.CITYLIMITMOTO.com

www.jadusmotorcycleparts.com

www.bisonmotorsports.com

www.speedmotoco.com

www.lostapostlejewelry.com

www.sparckmoto.com

www.pistonsociety.com

www.steeltowngarage.com


Author Topic: cb350 rigid build  (Read 16654 times)

Offline Matt289

  • Posts: 48
Re: cb350 rigid build
« Reply #70 on: Dec 03, 2011, 21:23:21 »
Okay the hell with that idea. Didn't know the 350 motor is so damn tall.
Doc.,
Wasn't trying to be a dick or talk you out of it.   Sorry if I came across that way.   I guess be prepared for some major fab work.   My frame was so messed up I ended up cutting it it about 7-8 spots to get the motor to fit and the bike to sit right.  First few pages show some of the crap that i went through to make it happen.   I keep telling myself never again but I have a co-worker asking if I can do another one for them.   ahhhhhh $hit!  To be continued...

Offline Rider52

  • DTT SUPPORTER
  • *
  • Posts: 409
Re: cb350 rigid build
« Reply #71 on: Dec 04, 2011, 16:38:28 »
I started to do something similar 10 years ago. I had a spare XS650 and a BSA A65 frame which I thought would be a neat Bitsa bike. After doing a lot of measuring and cussing, I decided not to cut up the BSA frame.
Rider
Projects
74 Yamaha TX650
Sweep the Floor Project
3 Assorted Honda CL 72 scramblers in a million pieces
3 Harleys in constant state of sorrow and a Buell
1978 Yamaha Chappy 80 burning up the highway
Cut my motor in half Sportster to Shortster

Offline DrJ

  • Posts: 4224
Re: cb350 rigid build
« Reply #72 on: Dec 04, 2011, 16:43:47 »
Wasn't trying to be a dick or talk you out of it.   Sorry if I came across that way.

Not at all, you didn't. It's just my way of venting. I have the frame and motor and was hoping they'd mate without much work but the frame will need to be cut and I don't want to do that. Carry on with your most awesome build  8)