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I’ve been reading Dotheton posts for a long time, but I’m only not getting around to my own project.
I own a 1976 CB400 Four since around 2012. It was rebuild at a custom shop into a nice Café.
Here it is mid-build, with new stainless spokes, gauges, headlight and triple tree...
Thanks, yeah I will drop them a note. I'm in Europe (Switzerland) and have been in contact with them re. some OE looking Stainless rims, original size.
I need to figure out, if there's a way to get these Excel's on the road in CH, road traffic control office here is strict.
What a massive transformation! I saw this build on Bike Exif before I found it here.
If you don't mind, I have a couple of questions (I've just asked Integra some similar questions, about his build)
What spokes did you use to lace up the Excel's to the 400f hubs? Stuggling for info there.
Hi there, fantastic build! What a transformation.
If I can ask though, what tire sizes did you go for in the end? 100 F 110 R?
I've got a CB400F project, and would like to go for the same rims. But I don't find any info on what spokes are needed to lace to the hubs.
Can you tell me what...