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    well i pulled it apart again this morning before work, did some sanding on the drum, but it rely wasn't that bad. compared the chamfer on the ends of

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    leo750k Today, 04:54 PM Go to last post

    As usual, you are a wealth of information, thanks digger.

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    forgiven Today, 02:42 PM Go to last post

    This is a very general question I am asking help with.

    I currently have a 75 CB550 and love the bike but am looking to move up in ccs.

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    mnvkngs65 Today, 01:16 PM Go to last post

    Thatís your turn signal relay. On my 1980 750c, the green wire just hangs out. It isnít supposed to hook up to anything. I replaced the relay on got my

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    Intense951 Today, 08:54 AM Go to last post

    Iím having similar issues. Bought a used 1980 CB750c and the guy cut off the blinkers but had aftermarket ones and never got around to it. I replaced

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    Intense951 Today, 08:49 AM Go to last post
    Bill S

    I had same problem with 92' and found carbon around butterflies. Use a good carb cleaner on that area after taking carbs off bike. My bike ran fine at

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    Bill S Today, 07:56 AM Go to last post