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Author Topic: 1972 CB/CL350 - trying to keep it classy  (Read 3522 times)

Offline thehoggster

  • Posts: 35
Re: 1972 CB/CL350 - trying to keep it classy
« Reply #45 on: Nov 19, 2014, 12:04:13 »
I did. I don't remember having to do any excessive adjusting.  That was back in February, I believe. This has been a very slow build. I just recently regained momentum.

Offline thehoggster

  • Posts: 35
Re: 1972 CB/CL350 - trying to keep it classy
« Reply #46 on: Nov 24, 2014, 10:07:58 »
I cleaned up the two best fork tubes I had and stuck them in the lowers. They are pretty ugly, so I will most likely be replacing them if I don't see a solution I think is ok. I also got my truing stand. Waiting on my new dial indicator. The tail won't stick up like that. It's just the frame leaning forward.

Cb350 cafe build

Offline KICKRacing

  • Posts: 124
Re: 1972 CB/CL350 - trying to keep it classy
« Reply #47 on: Jan 13, 2015, 00:52:47 »
looking good! Did you powdercoat the frame? A dial indicator isnt neccessary for the wheels, a stick will work just as well unless you want to record the numbers for some reason. gl.