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    1975 Honda CB360T

    Hi all, The second bike I purchased had parts that were polished by the previous owner so I decided to give sanding and such a try but - even after reading and watching multiple tutorials - I still have scratches in my parts. I’m guessing it may be because I don’t have rouge for after...
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    1975 Honda CB360T

    Not much to report. Just cleaning bits and pieces here and there and slowly trying to get my sh*t together and make a fresh game plan. Before/Afters really are so satisfying, so I’m going to post them for my own enjoyment, and maybe someone else’s. Thanks again to Doug for confirming about the...
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    1975 Honda CB360T

    Doug, You’re magical, thank you! A much closer inspection of the seal on the part I cleaned revealed a hidden spring under its lip. Glad to know I’m not missing a piece! That spring is probably why the speedo/tach did not work on donor bike 1. It’s wound up in the cylindrical gear (don’t know...
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    1975 Honda CB360T

    Hi guys! I’ve got a question I can’t seem to find the answer on. For the speedometer gear box, I disassembled it to get all the gritty grease out, and that all went well. However, I noticed that on the gearbox from the ‘75 bike, there’s a spring of sorts in there, and the gearbox from the ‘74...
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    Parting out Honda CB360T

    Perfect, thanks for confirming! I’ve sold one set of carbs and I have some interest in a few other items. Happy to see them go to someone who can use them.
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    Parting out Honda CB360T

    Thanks! I've posted the for sale items in a a group on Facebook titled "Honda CL CB3960 Twin Owners." Is there another group you are referring to?
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    Parting out Honda CB360T

    If anyone needs some parts, few free to reach out! I’m open to offers on whatever you may want, and I’ll try and use the least expensive shipping available. Pick-up is also an option if you are in the MN area. For sale are the following: 1. 1975 CB360T frame which I have a bill of sale for...
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    1975 Honda CB360T

    Okay, all. I put a small amount of the parts I have from both bikes together - along with the frame - and it’s all for sale. If anyone needs some parts, few free to reach out! I’m open to offers on whatever you may want, and I’ll try and use the least expensive shipping available. Pick-up is...
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    1975 Honda CB360T

    Thanks for the input! I suspected that may be the case. I've got the damaged CB360 frame, a tank that the previous owner removed the bung hole on so that he could move where the gas cap would be, and some odds and ends. I'll probably make a separate post for "for sale" items in the next few...
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    1975 Honda CB360T

    Looking for opinions...is it better to part out the bike that had damage, get the frame fixed and sell the disassembled, or put it all back together - get it running - and sell it? Regardless of the choices, I’ll not recoup what was invested in the original bike before disassembly, but I’d like...
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    1975 Honda CB360T

    Hi, all! Well, after a year of things being out-of-stock/hard to find, and lack of time due to COVID, things are starting to smooth out for me (knock on wood). I made the decision during this last year that I'll either be keeping the rims that I currently have or going for an inexpensive - but...
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    Post a pic of your latest purchase

    Dyna's from Charlie's Place - mounting brackets included - for my CB360.
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    1975 Honda CB360T

    I'm just looking for the best fitment/installation without worrying about returns or re-selling if they don't work. I knew the CB would be a fickle creature, but darnit, I want what I want. LOL. Some web sites are showing that the rims are the fitment I am looking for - 18 x 1.85 and 18 x 2.15 -...
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    1975 Honda CB360T

    I considered the 4-into-1's but they were out of stock and I'm at the point of wanting to move on to rims/tires before working upwards on the remaining sections. Not sure if that's the best build route, but it's what makes most sense to me. Ground up and all. Anyone have thoughts on that...
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    1975 Honda CB360T

    Hi guys, No work updates on the bike, yet. I've pretty much done all I can with engine 2 until I fire it up and sync/time everything. I'm looking for OEM replacements of some of the bolts just for looks, but that's not anything worth posting. So now, I'm looking to order a front rim...
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    1975 Honda CB360T

    Hey all! Been a bit busy these last few weeks and haven't had the motivation to do a lot of work or post about it. Anyways, I finally found a small amount of motivation and have done the following in the last few weeks... Although it wasn't really needed, because I had the parts and wanted the...
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    Parting out CB360 or sell complete.

    I actually ended up buying this bike at the beginning of May when I found out there were issues with the frame of my original donor. The tank has been cleaned for the most part on the interior but the gas cap has actually been removed and the hole covered. The previous owner wanted to use a more...
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    1975 Honda CB360T

    I went back to the Common Motor page and apparently it says it's a 530 chain. Not sure why I thought it said 520. I also read through the previous owners posts here on DTT and he said he decided to go with a 530 chain and sprockets, so I guess that answers that question. I sadly did not get...
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    1975 Honda CB360T

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    1975 Honda CB360T

    Hmm, I’m not sure if the sprocket was changed on this so I’ll have to check that. Thanks for bringing that to my attention! I’ll have to look into space fuses as well. That’s new terminology for me. I want to make sure I’m giving each part it’s due diligence before making any replacements. So...
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