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    Bleeder screw size (1980 CB750 Super Sport)

    ....new calipers should do the trick.....
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    Carburettor fuel measurement

    Yes you are overthinking it, I miss the brass ones,... like you said the plastic ones are non-adjustable so we have swapped them around to get basically the same measurement and what I call the same bounce when the carbs are turned upside down and lightly dropped like a drumstick... here's the...
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    Wheel bearings

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    Wheel bearings

    Like I said it doesn't necessarily pertain to wheel bearings I've been a mechanic for over 30 years I'm fully aware of what wheel bearing replacement involves especially on a CB750, if you use stock parts for OEM style replacement parts it makes it easier for the next guy which is normally me...
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    Wheel bearings

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    Wheel bearings

    Doesn't necessarily pertain to bearings...comes to any part...espially on a bike..its not always like on a car where you can just pull it over,..there's a reason why the litlle guys in Japan with there white coats and plastic hats did the r&d that they did...there smart.
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    Wheel bearings

    Any sealed bearing will work.. and I hear this question a lot. Why not go with the OEM, sure you can save a few bucks..but you might rethink that with a "speed wobble" at 100 mph...or a rim lock up because the cheap skateboard bearings just said goodbye. Spend the extra money keep it genuine...
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    Will start with starter fluid but then cuts off

    Carburetor.... Clean,clean,clean,...then clean again...and again.
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    Looking for 75-76 CB750F super sport gas tank

    I didn't even look at the posting date..
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    Parts for a CB750 I came across

    Pic #3,4,5,11are carb parts,
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    Looking for 75-76 CB750F super sport gas tank

    I took forever for me to find one that was reasonably priced, not dented and was'nt full of leaves and rust..this was dented and needed cleaning, in primer now.EBay
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    Plug Fowling and Other Photos

    You might be surprised..it might just pop off with clean carbs,clean fuel and plugs.
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    Plug Fowling and Other Photos

    Yep if it's sat for a amount of time doesn't take long for that gas to turn into peanut butter, it's not a difficult task just take your time and do one at a time, if you have an old hair dryer use it to warm up your boots it will make things a lot easier, if you take the airbox out make sure...
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    1981 CB750F I Need to Lower Front Pegs

    You would probably need to fabricate/modify something(cut,weld)...or find a set off another bike and drop it. Be careful going around corners
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    Plug Fowling and Other Photos

    How long did you run that bike with the new plugs in it? One is slightly fouled the other doesn't look too bad a little lean but that's not too abnormal for that bike...compression check?
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    Get off…

    Awesome
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    Get off…

    Gentle taps...its probably got some sort of rtv holding it.
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    Get off…

    Tap with rubber mallet... if you're talking about the gear on the outer housing it is riveted on.
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    Engine type decode

    1972.
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    Oil Analysis....Aluminum Shavings

    That's the pickup I did on a rebuild a few years ago cb750f..and still managed to circulate oil...
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    Oil Analysis....Aluminum Shavings

    Looks like ring material...what did the oil filter itself look like? It's an overhead cam motor so if any metal that started at the top would have to make its way all the way to the bottom(past the pistons).. so it's either going to go out the exhaust or back up into the head, did you pull your...
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    Uni NU-4046 In Stock Airbox -- Any Jet Changes Needed?

    If you look at the uni air filter it has no structure, or frame it is just foam.. on a motocross bike we call it a cage or a frame and the filter would go around it, you really only need an oiled filter in severely dry and Dusty conditions hence Motocross or trail riding
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    Uni NU-4046 In Stock Airbox -- Any Jet Changes Needed?

    The only problem with the "UNI" is that you will still need your cage for it.. I recommend HI-FLO-FILTRO HFA1706.. it will give you all the performance that bike needs without jetting or oil.
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    Oil Analysis....Aluminum Shavings

    Let me understand... you had head work done.. then you ran the motor, when did you notice the screen intake being clogged?..after or before?... the pan and pump should have came off at the same time and have should have been cleaned..fine metal shavings are not uncommon in a bike of that age...
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    Oil pump priming.... Is it needed?

    No it's not needed.. add some zinc
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    Wanted - Set of carbs for 81 cb750

    I have kehein vb42-43
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    Valve Cover Removal/‘93 CB750

    You should have no issues, a ratchet wrench will come in handy, you probably noticing the oil on the sides of the valve cover that's pretty common leak area, when you put it back together just a little dab of black RTV spread thinly and evenly... don't go crazy I pulled enough of that stuff out...
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    pilot screw adjusting tool

    I brazed small "T-HANDLES " to mine...it has been a problem on more than one bike,.. I have found it almost the only way to adjust the idle- air with the bike running.
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