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    amc49

    Maybe. Watch the opposite side where sprocket hub fits into the rubber absorbers, some have 4 tabs and some have 5. Both are drums.

    1980 Cb750k reverse com star rims??? 18 inch?

    amc49 Yesterday, 10:31 PM Go to last post
    MrMojoRisin

    Ok, well new jumper cables did the trick. Thanks amc49. Turns over just like it should. Now wondering if I need to replace my crappy old compression tester.

    79 CB750 Starter issue?

    MrMojoRisin Yesterday, 08:18 PM Go to last post
    Danb0911

    Seeing all these builds with 18 inch com star rims with drum brakes but wtf bike year model are they coming from?? Just want to upgrade my rims to 19

    1980 Cb750k reverse com star rims??? 18 inch?

    Danb0911 Yesterday, 07:40 PM Go to last post
    Danb0911

    Seeing all these builds with 18 inch com star rims with drum brakes but wtf bike year model are they coming from?? Just want to upgrade my rims to 19

    Cb750k reverse com star rims??? 18 inch?

    Danb0911 Yesterday, 06:29 PM Go to last post
    amc49

    I always ran 8 plugs and a is virtually the same as s. I ran non-r plugs to use the resistance at the gap instead by opening gap a bit.

    1982 CB900F, Now posted in correct forum

    amc49 Yesterday, 04:30 PM Go to last post
    Rcb1000

    If AMC49 is out there, per your suggestion, I broke broke carbs apart and went through them again using MacGregor instructions. The carbs are clean and

    1982 CB900F, Now posted in correct forum

    Rcb1000 Yesterday, 01:10 PM Go to last post