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Offline MadDogCanada

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Stripping my cb750 K1/2
« on: August 13, 2017, 06:16:13 pm »
So I picked up a project bike a few months ago and now I'm relocating to victoria b.c. for work.  Im in the process of stripping the Whole thing down to ship. Here's a few questions.

Cheapest way to ship from alberta to b.c?

The engine casing is pretty banged up. Fins cracked bolts stripped and posts cracked. 

What parts would you salvage? All the guts or better to find complete engine?

Anyone know how much a completely stripped frame weighs once swing arm forks and head are pulled off?

Looking to salvage as much as possible as long as I can get it shipped cheap. 


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Offline 754

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Re: Stripping my cb750 K1/2
« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2017, 12:00:02 am »
 Just saw this now,  hope you managed to get it to BC.
 I would hunt for a motor and use yours for parts.
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