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    cbrhead

    I am in the same boat. Did you figure this out?? Thanks

    Compatible forks

    cbrhead Today, 10:28 PM Go to last post
    cbrhead

    Thread is a few months old, I know. So, the frames are essentially the same. Good to know.I have an '82 cb750f and was run off of the road and need new

    Forks

    cbrhead Today, 10:22 PM Go to last post
    Donovan_ge

    So this is my first post on here so give me some slack. I just got my 1979 cb750 cafe and it's been a hastle from start to finish. Most recently I was

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    Donovan_ge Today, 10:09 PM Go to last post
    brycedavis

    Hey guys so Iím new to the forum and new to the bike scene. I recently purchased my first motorcycle, a 1976 Honda CB750A Hondamatic. I absolutely love

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    brycedavis Today, 08:18 PM Go to last post
    81CB750CTS

    New member here!

    I am in need of assistance. I recently replaced the boot's for my carbs, both intake and engine sides. The boot's on the

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    81CB750CTS Today, 12:21 PM Go to last post
    amc49

    Take a working vac gauge hose like #3 and trade it with #4 and see if anything changes. Then another to be sure. Same with coils, swap the two coilpacks

    1981 CB750C custom carbs

    amc49 Today, 12:16 AM Go to last post