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    keges335

    So I decided to rebuild my own frt forks this time,. I installed Bushings, New Seals in Tube first. I tried to install Shaft into Tube and now won"

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    amc49

    Do you ever notice how big some parts tend to stay even with displacements that small? Cam for instance. The carbs are as big as the engine top end is.

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    Medyo Bastos

    Those both sold. Which type you looking for? Iíve got a couple other ness springers under my bed...


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    Medyo Bastos 04-07-2020, 11:44 PM Go to last post
    78chevy__

    Still have this?

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    KIRBY

    Yes, I can see that problem, IF I were to use one switch for both clutch AND shift, but I would mount the clutch and kill switches (separate) on the back

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    KIRBY 04-07-2020, 07:41 PM Go to last post
    amc49

    'Left paddle shifter declutches and shifts only the left transmission.
    Right paddle shifter declutches and shifts only the right transmission.'

    Can a stock CB 750 bottom end handle an increase i power of 25%

    amc49 04-07-2020, 03:43 PM Go to last post