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    1972 Honda CB350F

    Can I get second in line for one of the tanks if you decide to sell seperately? Thanks
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    At what price is this a good deal? Dismantled 1975 cb750

    thanks for the advice guys. i have to say $2100 plus a gas tank is not a lot to pay for a cb750 that has just had all the major service done. still, i've decided I don't want to go down that rabbit hole. maybe someone else will snatch it up.
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    Custom GPZ550 (ZX550A and KZ550H)

    really nice bike, too bad you'll be knocked out of the sub 600cc class soon!
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    At what price is this a good deal? Dismantled 1975 cb750

    thanks for the replies guys, looks like it might end with 0 bids. maybe i'll offer the guy 500 after the auction ends.
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    At what price is this a good deal? Dismantled 1975 cb750

    Saw this listing sitting at $600 for an entire cb750 minus a tank, exhaust and some other small things. I'm close enough that I could go get it if I win, but I'm wondering whether it's a good deal considering the compression could be bad or something. Assuming the engine doesnt need a rebuild...
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    Suzuki GSX400 Four Cafe racer with USD fork and monoshock

    this bike looks amazing. I'm softening up to the stock wheels, but how are you gonna mount the twin disks on that front? or just run one disk?
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    Genny

    really shaping up! the fibreglass looks awesome, especially for a first try. did you hollow out the foam or leave it in there?
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    Genny

    looks great, I love the new stance and choice of tires.
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    Suzuki GSX400 Four Cafe racer with USD fork and monoshock

    according to modern tire convention, your stock tire already has way too much sidewall. This causes tire flex and hurts stability and feeling. that's one of the main reasons for going to a wider wheel. I would also look into getting smaller diameter rims if youre gonna lace them up to the old...
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    Suzuki GSX400 Four Cafe racer with USD fork and monoshock

    the twin disks look great. does this setup let you keep using the speedo drive? i stand by my statement that it would look best with wider rubber. there are other performance benefits too 8)
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    Suzuki GSX400 Four Cafe racer with USD fork and monoshock

    I think the seat would look better with either a narrower tank or smaller tank altogether. That tank still looks huge even in comparison to the wide four cylinder.
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    Suzuki GSX400 Four Cafe racer with USD fork and monoshock

    looks nice. are you gonna use a wider rim on that hub? I think it might look strange with a skinny tire and that beefed up suspension.
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    Now called Bender the Tracker whatever thing that was once a Transalp.

    Very cool bike, the twin headlights and front fender give it some much needed visual weight up front.
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    1980 SR250 - Gravel and Backroads Runner

    No problem, it would be a shame to get the bike together and then find out it no longer rides straight. Also, it's possible that the bike has seen some impact force in its 36 years that may have changed its geometry a bit. Not sure you ever mentioned it but, did you ride the bike before...
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    need ideas for 79 XR500

    I wouldn't ditch the frame. Here's a really neat one that looks more streetable and shows the potential of the bike: http://www.bikebound.com/2015/08/13/1982-honda-xr500r-tracker/ This guys seems to have raised the front end but thanks to the smaller wheels, the visual balance of the bike is...
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    1980 SR250 - Gravel and Backroads Runner

    Subscribed. Just out of curiosity, have you been measuring to make sure the frame is straight while you're chopping it up and welding in new metal? If so, what method are you using? It looks like the fender is sitting a little crooked but maybe it's just my eyes or the camera angle.
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