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    Thank you to everyone who has helped to make this community great. Hopefully we have many more great years ahead. Happy New Year to you all!
  • Recent Forum Posts

    Old Air Force Guy

    Bike is in good shape, but not running. Has been mostly rebuilt. New tires, chain and sprockets, brakes, front seals and more. Tank has been sealed.has

    1979 CB750F

    Old Air Force Guy Today, 03:22 PM Go to last post

    Source of my confusion.

    No fuel lines HELP

    NewbeCB750 Today, 06:04 AM Go to last post

    Alright sounds like a start. Thanks!

    Spark Plug Fouling

    MIMRAY Today, 01:40 AM Go to last post

    Burned valves more likely............head work. Nobody ever sets the valves on these because they require shims and then the valves burn.

    Spark Plug Fouling

    amc49 Yesterday, 09:40 PM Go to last post

    If I find low compression would replacing the cylinder or piston rings?

    Spark Plug Fouling

    MIMRAY Yesterday, 02:27 PM Go to last post

    any other members out there in Alaska?


    sagman Yesterday, 10:57 AM Go to last post