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Author Topic: CJ360T De-Tabbing  (Read 214 times)

Offline RoadRunner

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CJ360T De-Tabbing
« on: Mar 13, 2019, 09:39:49 »
Hello,
I'm trying to get rid of all the extra tabs on my '76 CJ360T.
I have a couple of questions however.
When I go to remove the frame part that I assume had the passenger pegs, do I have to brace that part of the frame or cab I just chop them off?
Underneath the bike are these two tabs for something and I don't know what they are for. Am I good to remove them? T
hank you!

The first four pictures are for the first question, the last three are for the second. Thank you.

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Offline irk miller

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Re: CJ360T De-Tabbing
« Reply #1 on: Mar 13, 2019, 09:47:43 »
Hello,
I'm trying to get rid of all the extra tabs on my '76 CJ360T.
I have a couple of questions however.
When I go to remove the frame part that I assume had the passenger pegs, do I have to brace that part of the frame or cab I just chop them off?
Underneath the bike are these two tabs for something and I don't know what they are for. Am I good to remove them? T
hank you!

The first four pictures are for the first question, the last three are for the second.


This is for your rear brake pedal


The braces here are for you passenger pegs.  If you are removing the brackets, then these can go too.  The bottom bracket with the hole is for your kickstand.



These brackets are for your center stand.  Most will say to keep them so you can install the stand for tuning or repairs, then remove it when not in use.




Offline RoadRunner

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Re: CJ360T De-Tabbing
« Reply #2 on: Mar 13, 2019, 11:07:48 »
This is for your rear brake pedal


The braces here are for you passenger pegs.  If you are removing the brackets, then these can go too.  The bottom bracket with the hole is for your kickstand.



These brackets are for your center stand.  Most will say to keep them so you can install the stand for tuning or repairs, then remove it when not in use.


Thanks again for the help irk!
If I remove the braces for the passenger pegs will I need to rebrace the frame or will the existing connection suffice?

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Re: CJ360T De-Tabbing
« Reply #3 on: Mar 13, 2019, 11:13:09 »
That gusset is just supporting the passenger peg bracket.