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    CB750 Enthusiast keges335's Avatar
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    Throttle and Choke carb plates.

    I am rebuilding my Carbs on my 81 Cb 750 K.,And I think I mixed up a couple of Throttle and Choke plates,.,Does this matter,.,?

    Thks Keith,.,

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    CB750 Addict pidjones's Avatar
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    If you rebuild by the excellent guide document available in several places (one is here - you may need to join: http://www.cb750c.com/publicdocs/Sea...anual_revG.pdf ), you will put the plates on loosely and center them before tightening. Certainly it would be the best to keep all carb parts collated (I use plastic shoe boxes), but since tney are mass produced, you should be able to swap without major problems. But, now you have learned a lesson.
    "Love 'em all.... Let GOD sort 'em out!"

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