Rear set, levers and pegs. $90

CBdublin

New Member
well ive looked at buying the shifter arm on ebay. they are like $40 NOS but i might just try and pick up the whole set up for parts if i see one used. i guess if youre going to make it cb350 specific the arm is really the only thing my setup would be lacking right?
 

Durgam_K

New Member
CBdub your pretty much right. Its not the arm though. Its the left side passenger peg mount. Thats the only difference. It changes where the shifter pivots, and adds the linkage.

Dime city's units look like the ones from fast from the past. Good thing is, the cheaper one looks most like the stocker on my 68.
 

Durgam_K

New Member
the cheaper one on DCC is closest to the one on my 68 CB350 im using for mockup. Its $18.95, and is straight. Its probly the same one as Fast from the past. That will work on the 68 model years just fine. But i think, that an offset type will work best for the later 350's. And those cost more. :(

Im going to do some digging, and see if i can buy them in bulk, at a discounted rate, so i can include them in my 350 kits. The splines are very expensive toreproduce. A special broach is required. And those will run close to a Grand sometimes.
 

CBdublin

New Member
well it seems the creator is on top of things. a little easier for you to let us know the proper equip since you're making it. i dont mind a $40 arm for a well fitting setup.
 

jrknecht

What about What?
How are the cb450 mounts coming? Did those photos work or do you need anything els?
I would like a set of folding as well, with linkage and mounts.


JR
 

Durgam_K

New Member
Well Its about effin time!! ;D ;D ;D
Heres some sneek peek pics of the folding pegs. 1" diameter, hinged on a stainless shoulder bolt. (not pictured) Very sturdy. Ive got 4 sets ready to sell, and I will be making more through out the next week. I have now countersunk the toe peg bolt, and attatch the toe peg with a stainless flathead. Price is going to be $108 shipped. The peg costs more to make,( thicker material ) and I have to add the mating part. ( thats the cost increase ). Hope this wont deterr anyone. I will be posting a 3D model of my CB350 mounts soon. as well.


 

CBdublin

New Member
i was literally about to post about these. this looks great man! and the folding peg makes all the difference. the best full set up ive seen is from http://motobits.com/vintage.html#CB350 and its for $230 without the folder. if you can beat that with this set and the top secret CB350 mount youll have my business day of. thats not including the pesky arm though. you'll still have to let me know which style would be best to buy. GREAT work.
 

imseamless

New Member
So I know I had initially said I'd be down for the standard rearsets, but I believe they would be in the way of my kickstart? I, also, have a CB350F and may be interested in your mounts as well, depending on price and style. I still have the stock rear peg mounts and was planning on attaching the rear sets to those.

Do you have any photos of the ones you made up on the 350?
 

adriannarnold

New Member
Wow those look great. Excellent work my friend.


I must start saving up for some of these, with the CB350 mounts.


Keep up the good work and thanks for sharing your skills with us.
 

teazer

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Kris, Killer price and good looking parts to boot. Ideal for say a CB175 to mount where the muffler mount goes just behind the passenger peg location.
 

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