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  • Recent Forum Posts

    amc49

    ???? No rocket science there..........

    Bike on centerstand and rear tire slightly off ground. Remove ONE top shock bolt only, the other side

    Rear Fairings removal

    amc49 Today, 03:54 PM Go to last post
    virgild

    Got it. First time ever clutch change. Don't want to screw it up. Many thanks.

    Clutch replacement

    virgild Today, 01:01 PM Go to last post
    amc49

    You gotta read..................service manual page 8-4 and 8-6. All clearly called out and the reason why is built into where they go, and for quick

    Clutch replacement

    amc49 Today, 11:58 AM Go to last post
    amc49

    Go to partzilla.com and plug the bike in for picced parts lists, that may help too.

    New owner

    amc49 Today, 12:18 AM Go to last post
    amc49

    In any fashion that gets the part tight while still being pretty close to the original location of pin/slot. Provided you haven't messed up the advance

    broken camshaft holder, leaking tachometer oil seal cb750 dohc

    amc49 Today, 12:15 AM Go to last post
    virgild

    Drilled the nut punch and removed the clutch successfully. I see in the manual that not all the steel and friction plates are alike. There is a friction

    Clutch replacement

    virgild Yesterday, 03:55 PM Go to last post