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    Correct way to de-tab?

    This - motorcycle Helmets are great, but worth far too much to put in the line of duty. I'd like the thank everyone for their input, if I can manage I may do a little practise and attempt to put together a film on how to do this. Are you refering to existing welds in the frame - you redo/add...
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    Correct way to de-tab?

    Pretty much the way I was looking at doing it, just starting to search around for a cheaper way of purchasing the flap discs as they are around $15-20 each for a 110/115mm size one at local hardware stores :O
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    Correct way to de-tab?

    Probably a good idea. Well so much for living tweed and riding dapper... But in all seriousness I appreciate the reply and I am gradually developing a skill with the grinder while converting my fear of the grinder into a respect of one. Eye and Hand Protection are always important, I've grown...
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    Correct way to de-tab?

    Just doing some research before I destroy the frame on my project CB750. I've seen in a few online videos and the like (Cafe Racer's episode of DCC most notable) that some kind of blow torch was used to detab some bike frames. I'm going to have a number of tabs and centre stand to remove from...
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    Difference between a CB750 and a RC04? Help ID my new toy

    Sorry for the late reply. I just want to think everyone for their input. There is evidence that the cam bearing/shims have been recently replaced however I'm still thinking a light refresh to the engine while it is out will be in order while I have it apart for cleaning and painting. The...
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    Difference between a CB750 and a RC04? Help ID my new toy

    Well firstly, Hi all. This will make my first (of hopefully many) posts to their forum which has already proven an awesome resource of inspiration and tips. I recently picked up a Honda CB750 1982 model from Gum Tree, the aussie answer to CL. However I can't quite work out what it is. It has a...
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