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I need a few odds and ends to make my CB550 legal for my road test. Does anyone have a chain guard and a horn kicking around for sale or to borrow? I'm between Owen Sound and Guelph, Ontario.
I haven't been on the board for a while...but I'm sure there are folks on here to...
I ordered a set of push/pull cables for my 1978 Honda CB550k from a reputable shop that caters to the vintage UJM world. The part numbers are 02-0007 for the pull and 02-0008 for the push. When trying to install the pull, the inner cable appears to be at least 3cm too short. I can easily slip...
I talked with Chippewa. They said to bring the boots to a local shop that sells their boots (Boot Master on Yonge). They'll work with the store to get me a new pair....even though I didn't even buy the boots there. So far it sounds good. We'll see how it all works out.
I have the rubber on the shift. It's just these boots. Chippewa said to send them back to the store for an exchange/refund...but it's an online store and the post office is on strike. Ughhghghghggghh.
Thanks for the sanity check. At least I know that I'm not just riding like a moron.
I grabbed a new pair of Chippewa engineer boots (model 27899). They're steel toe and marketed as bike boots.
I've been riding with them for a week now but the left toe is started to split. When I shift gears, the shifter makes contact with my foots just below the steel toe. The downward...
Amazing. I have a pair of 6" moc toes that I love...although I don't ride in them. The Beckmans are super nice. Are they just like Gentleman Travelers?
I'm on my way out to buy a new pair of 11" Chippewa steel toe engineer boots. Wish me luck!