Rear set, levers and pegs. $90

Durgam_K

New Member
UPDATE....
Ive got the CB350 in the garage, and im currently taking measurements for mounts, to make a full blown KIT for the little twin. Folding pegs are complete also. Ill be posting pics in the next couple days on my progress.
 

djelliott

Real bikes are built in garages.
Durgam_K said:
UPDATE....
Ive got the CB350 in the garage, and im currently taking measurements for mounts, to make a full blown KIT for the little twin. Folding pegs are complete also. Ill be posting pics in the next couple days on my progress.

FAntastic. Currently scraping the cash together.
 

jackstraw650

New Member
Durgam_K said:
UPDATE....
Ive got the CB350 in the garage, and im currently taking measurements for mounts, to make a full blown KIT for the little twin. Folding pegs are complete also. Ill be posting pics in the next couple days on my progress.
So the complete set for the XS650 with folding pegs are now available? What are going to be the prices for the basic set and the complete one? Thanks for all your hard work, Durgam!
 

blake57

"Against All Odds".
Durgam_K said:
UPDATE....
Ive got the CB350 in the garage, and im currently taking measurements for mounts, to make a full blown KIT for the little twin. Folding pegs are complete also. Ill be posting pics in the next couple days on my progress.
Fantastic... So 115 dollars shipped gets me the linkage, rear sets, and mounts? or am i incorrect?
 

mspringer

75' CB360
If you are going to countersink the toe lever bolt, I'm in for a set. And is that a universal linkage kit you're offering, or for a specific model?
 

Durgam_K

New Member
B L A K E said:
Fantastic... So 115 dollars shipped gets me the linkage, rear sets, and mounts? or am i incorrect?
Not sure yet. I will probly make a new shifter pivot also, to make a more complete kit.

Mpringer, I can countersink the toe peg bolt. I ran through my second batch of levers, and made a new batch. And the linkage kit, is 2 pcs stainless threaded rod, 12" long or longer if needed, 4 rod end ball joints, and 4 jam nuts. Its not a bike specific kit. 99% of the time, 12 inches is all that is needed.
 

CBdublin

New Member
here I am getting all excited about new potential product being showcased and its a "thats what she said joke" jeeez. ;D nice.
 

djelliott

Real bikes are built in garages.
CBdublin said:
here I am getting all excited about new potential product being showcased and its a "thats what she said joke" jeeez. ;D nice.

HAHA, sorry. I had to.
 

mspringer

75' CB360
Hey Durgam, sounds good. PM me the details on ordering and price for the total kit. I'm building a 360 and have no idea on the linkage length that I need, but I'm sure I'm within the 99%. Thanks, can't wait!
 

MrMister

Member
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Hey, I read that youre making some to fit CB350's? Do you have an estimate of how much they'll be? How much would shipping to Australia be?
Thanks,
 

Durgam_K

New Member
UPDATE....
Im working out materials pricing on the CB350 mounts/kit, and I should have full pricing by sunday or monday. Should be in comparison with my XS650 kits. The mounts will be smaller, but i will be adding a shifter pivot piece that mounts on the stock location. May 68 im using for mock up, may be different than later years. Jap bikes are famous for that. So I will be doing the research over the weekend. If anyone has good close-up pics, of there stock set-up of the brake and shift side, I would like to see them. 69 and later of course. Thanks.
 

Durgam_K

New Member
Thanks.
CBdublin, does your shifter side have a shaft on it, that shift linkage pivots on also? And what year is that from?
 

CBdublin

New Member
i totally didnt realize i forgot the shifter side. unfortunately its rain here so I cant go out and snap a shot. heres an older pic that shows it if that helps. i dont have the shifter arm and linkage like my two friends 350's. i wish i did since rearsets really need that arm. my bike is a 69. hope this helps.
 

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Durgam_K

New Member
the brake side is the same, but the shifter side is deffinitely different. Just as i said, Damn Japanese, changing things every year. 68 set-up is WAAAAYY better for doing rear sets on. Now i will have to find a modern shift arm that matches up. Any ideas, probly a honda sport bike, but which one?????
 

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