For Sale - 79 Seat Grab Bar

scottsbennett

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I'm looking for the seat grab bar to fit my 79 cb750 ltd. I think the 79 - 82 has the same bar. It has the mounts for the rectangular turn signals.
 
Replying to this so I can find it again if I ever find the correct luggage rack for my '79. The mounts for the turn signals are the sticking point in adapting any earlier year racks. If I do find a rack, I'll be willing to part with the grab bar, as I live in a motor home and don't have room to store spare parts.
Currently about 60 miles east of you in Dardanelle. Is your bike running, or in the project phase?
 
Replying to this so I can find it again if I ever find the correct luggage rack for my '79. The mounts for the turn signals are the sticking point in adapting any earlier year racks. If I do find a rack, I'll be willing to part with the grab bar, as I live in a motor home and don't have room to store spare parts.
Currently about 60 miles east of you in Dardanelle. Is your bike running, or in the project phase?
I have two - One with the bags and one without. The one without is missing the grab bar. Both are in good running condition and pretty clean overall.
 

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This one is actually my second anniversary bike. The first one I got back in '93 and it had so much damage to the paint that I had to repaint it and have the seat re-done, but when I got it, it definitely had an anniversary badges and paint job on it. The second one, I acquired just this past December and have been busy putting miles on it as the weather permits. My son (the blue Beemer) and I have a ride planned for Thursday, assuming the weather forecast doesn't change.


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Replying to this so I can find it again if I ever find the correct luggage rack for my '79. The mounts for the turn signals are the sticking point in adapting any earlier year racks. If I do find a rack, I'll be willing to part with the grab bar, as I live in a motor home and don't have room to store spare parts.
Currently about 60 miles east of you in Dardanelle. Is your bike running, or in the project phase?
I need the grab bar and rear turns for 1979 CB750K if you are looking to part with them.
 
I need the grab bar and rear turns for 1979 CB750K if you are looking to part with them.
I had considered it when I finally found the rack, and then I decided to hold on to the grab bar in case I ever want to change it back. The bike is the '79 CB750L 10th anniversary edition in almost pristine condition and it occurred to me that if I ever sell it, the new owner might want to put it back stock.
The turn signals are available at several online suppliers including vintagecb750.com
 
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