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  1. Matnetik

    Right rocker arm shaft bolt came out on the way home...

    More updates, found another set of rocker arms and a cam shaft with minor pitting - I mean, compared to what’s in there now, this thing is like new! Plan is, rebuild with these parts, send off old rockers and old cam to get resurfaced since it’s such a long turnaround - trying to get some...
  2. Matnetik

    Right rocker arm shaft bolt came out on the way home...

    Okay, so little update here. I have received a ton of new parts which is great, starting to put things back together, still need to get the cam out and inspect it a bit more. Instead of sending off my rockers, I found some great condition ones (at least compared to my old ones haha) since the...
  3. Matnetik

    Right rocker arm shaft bolt came out on the way home...

    Yeah I went ahead and purchased the new style holder and damper. Still need to pull the slipper out. I am not sure how Brendan does the rockers though, I know Web Camshafts hard welds the rockers for longer life but they charge $72.00 each and their cam prices are around $500 which is WAY more...
  4. Matnetik

    Right rocker arm shaft bolt came out on the way home...

    Update here: Ordered the tensioner holder, damper, going to pull out the slipper this weekend and check the condition and it's if the old one or new one - common-motors also manufactures these so I will get one with the cam/rocker resurface from them pending my situation. Once I get the cam out...
  5. Matnetik

    Right rocker arm shaft bolt came out on the way home...

    Brilliant, seems like the engine casing has both stamps on it but who knows with how it was rebuilt - will check this too, thanks! Also looking at the tensioner holder, it doesn’t look like it was updated with the recall parts.
  6. Matnetik

    Right rocker arm shaft bolt came out on the way home...

    Hey thanks for the info, I have been looking up a lot of the oil mods. Going to send my rockers and cam off to common motors in Houston, they weld and resurface the rockers and resurface the cam for $200! the NOS Valve cover came in a few days ago and the guy included the rocker arm bolts. Once...
  7. Matnetik

    Right rocker arm shaft bolt came out on the way home...

    Thank you both so much for the detailed responses! The bike definitely got really loud and that’s when I noticed the oil coming out the side. The NOS valve (head) cover is on the way and should be here Monday. Kind of hard to find rocker pads but I am keeping my eye out. I don’t mind replacing...
  8. Matnetik

    Right rocker arm shaft bolt came out on the way home...

    Yeah I bought the bike used and mainly did cosmetic work, curious how it actually looked before this happened. Rocker arms need resurfacing for sure if not replacement. Cam definitely has some chips on the surfaces, why would you say new head? Thanks for the reply, I'm comfortable doing the...
  9. Matnetik

    Right rocker arm shaft bolt came out on the way home...

    1974 CB360 - The other day on my way home, I noticed I lost all my top-end power, then after looking down, I saw oil spewing out of the valve cover and light blue smoke pouring out of the exhaust. After pulling over, I noticed the rock rocker arm shaft must have backed itself out on the...
  10. Matnetik

    Misc. CB360 Parts - Mainly engine components and some others

    All parts are sold! Thanks everyone
  11. Matnetik

    Matnetik Mods - 1974 CB360 - Cafe Style

    Hey Teazer, Thanks for the advice here. Any better ideas to hold the brake line and speedo cable away from rubbing the tire? I did put a zip tie on the lower stalk of the shock and removed the top one since the shock moves into it, makes a bit more sense I suppose. As far as the exhaust wrap...
  12. Matnetik

    Matnetik Mods - 1974 CB360 - Cafe Style

    The 33mm clamp came in but doesn’t seem to fit, may have to sand the inside down a bit, it’s extremely close but I am worried about breaking the screws if I crank it down anymore. Other than that, through lots of trial and error, I finally got the steering damper to fit and work properly. Had to...
  13. Matnetik

    Misc. CB360 Parts - Mainly engine components and some others

    Looks like they are 12-5/8" from center eye to center clevis- You're welcome to PM me an offer including shipping, shipping is $15.48 flat-rate USPS.
  14. Matnetik

    Drill Rotors - Los Angeles

    Yeah kind of what I am thinking, I will await his response! But if anyone knows someone in LA, please let me know, would love to not have that much downtime on the bike!
  15. Matnetik

    Misc. CB360 Parts - Mainly engine components and some others

    Honestly, no idea. They came on the bike when I got it and I put lower ones on it. They are most likely ebay shocks, can't find any numbers or names on them at all but they are literally brand new - guy had them on the bike for 2 months and I swapped them once I bought it
  16. Matnetik

    Drill Rotors - Los Angeles

    Yeah I have read this as well, I am waiting on the guy from truedisk to get back to me, honestly if he will do it for 45 bones and I can ship it to him I'd rather go that route. This is more for asthetic anyway, it doesn't ever rain in Socal so it's really just to give it more of a sporty look
  17. Matnetik

    Drill Rotors - Los Angeles

    Convincing me more and more haha I didn't even think about polishing and such, I guess there are more uses for it than I though. May just pick one up today and do the thing This is actually good info, I have been looking at a few designs that people have done and am creating a template to...
  18. Matnetik

    Drill Rotors - Los Angeles

    Yeah, I can get one for $50 bones, just trying not to have more things laying around and I don't see myself using this often which is why I prefer to just pay someone to do it instead. But if I can't find anyone I am going to grab one at Harbor Freight!
  19. Matnetik

    Drill Rotors - Los Angeles

    Oh snap how have I never seen these!
  20. Matnetik

    Drill Rotors - Los Angeles

    Does anyone know a place that will drill holes in my rotor in Los Angeles? I would do it but only have hand drills and don't want it to get sloppy, if I had a press...different story ha. I did find truedisk.net and may go that route but would prefer to avoid shipping back and forth and downtime...
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