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    lnuhring

    I removed, cleaned, and installed new O rings on each of the drain plug screws when I rebuilt the carbs--so I dont think that its the drain plug screw.

    Carb Leaking -- New to Vintage Bikes

    lnuhring Today, 07:42 AM Go to last post
    amc49

    Yes.

    If you think you can get seal out without yanking cover fine but a lot of butchery begins that way. I'd look at the seal. Honda sometimes

    99 Nighthawk Countershaft seal Replacement

    amc49 Yesterday, 06:38 PM Go to last post
    Mr Helicop

    1979 DOHC USA Special Edition. Can anyone tell me the correct length between centers on the rear shocks - mine look like they are not genuine Honda and

    New Project - Rear Shocks

    Mr Helicop Yesterday, 01:47 PM Go to last post
    no0bi1

    not gonna mess with the bearing just the outer seal #11

    you are talking about #12?

    99 Nighthawk Countershaft seal Replacement

    no0bi1 Yesterday, 12:17 PM Go to last post
    Head71

    Thanks for the reply. I feel like I've taken this poor orphan off the street. I am going to clean it up, give it a change of clothes and a meal and send

    Is it a labor of love?

    Head71 Yesterday, 09:55 AM Go to last post
    Ethan111

    Just saying what’s up to everyone on here. Just picked up my first project. 1978 cb 750k. Should be a fun build. Any advice is welcome!

    New to the forum

    Ethan111 08-09-2020, 11:45 PM Go to last post