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Suspension & Forks FAQ
« on: April 12, 2005, 01:05:06 am »
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Re: Suspension & Forks FAQ
« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2005, 02:46:34 am »
Rebuilding Marzocchi rear shocks

I don't know if anyone else is running Marzocchi shocks on their CB's. I have a set on my 650, and a friend in Sweden who runs a motorcycle workshop, made this guide about how to rebuild them.

It is a slide show:

NOTE: This link is broken  :'(

Marzhocchi rebuild

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Taper Roller Steering Head Bearings
« Reply #2 on: April 19, 2005, 10:26:05 am »
From the personal experience of Stephen Bottcher (StephenB)

http://www.stephenbottcher.net/Honda/tapered.htm

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Fitting Fork Seals
« Reply #3 on: April 20, 2005, 12:28:11 am »
The seal should be installed with the seal lip facing upward(out). If installed improperly, upside down or damaged during installation, the seal can leak. It is important that the seal be driven into the lower fork case perfectly aligned and fully seated against the stop. If the seal is installed even slightly cocked or deformed by excessive force, it will leak. The seal lip would be angled against the fork tube causing rapid wear and elongation. If the sealing lip is damaged by the slightest nick, it too will cause leakage. It is important that the seal be installed using pressure only on the outer perimeter of the seal without contacting the sealing lip. The taper from the outer edge of the seal to the center sealing lip should be facing up. As a rule, seals are usually installed with the seal number facing out when used in a blind opening.
(from Warlock)

If you have some bad spots on the forks or if you install the seals from the bottom up The following trick may help.
I take a roll of wax paper (like from the Kitchen) and put a piece around any area that may damage the seal as I am positioning it. Put a little fork oil (Automatic Trans Fluid?) on the wax paper and seal and slide it over the tricky parts.
(from kghost)

QUAIL recommends the instructions on www.oldmanhonda.com
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How do I deburr fork legs?
« Reply #4 on: May 02, 2005, 02:54:32 pm »
You could try reading this great article on deburring fork legs on: http://www.salocal.com/sohc/tech/frkng/debur.htm

(Ha, Steve, beat you to it!)  ;D

Yes Harry - but you've put it in the CARB FAQs !  (Bloody Amateurs...)  8)
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Real Cheap Fork Boots
« Reply #5 on: July 23, 2005, 02:57:04 am »
If you look in the Gallery (polishbeer), you will notice that the brand new fork boots on my decrepit CB500K-0 are NOT Honda items.  They are, in fact, from a company called "Rancho" and they are for aftermarket truck shocks.

Original Honda fork boots if you can get them, I believe run about $30.00 apiece.  I got these for $3.99 apiece from J.C. Whitney.  You can get them from most auto parts stores, or they can be ordered easily.  Rancho is a big brand name I guess.

The trick with these is that they have to be cut down a little top and bottom, and secured on the top with an 8" black cable tie, then snipped off flush so that it is virtually invisible at anything more than about a foot away.  The bottom, if cut clean and with enough space to spare, slips over the grooved part of the fork leg without any other means of securing it, so it looks pretty stock, too.  Unless you look closely, you can't really tell that they're not even for a motorcycle.  As long as you're not going for a concours restoration, who cares?

The Honda part I believe has 12 ribs along the fork boot.  When cut to size, these will have 11, aftrer removing two ribs (one on top and one on the bottom).  Also, since these are for a truck shock, they TAPER from one end to the other.  However, if you mount the wider part at the top, and cut carefully, even the taper is almost unnoticeable.

There you have it.

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Progressive 12 Series Shocks from Motorcycle Warehouse - Part Numbers
« Reply #6 on: November 09, 2005, 03:20:57 am »
Here's the skivvy.  I have a CB750 K4.  I am told by the Motorcycle Accessory Warehouse ( www.accwhse.com ) that the following shocks and springs work on 1969 to 1978 K models.  If you order by web or by phone, they want the so called manufacturer's number first, then they will track down their own assigned stock number.  But, it pays to have that number in advance so that you will be able to verify that the right product is being ordered.  A small side note here; the Warehouse manufacturer's number is not necessarily the same manufacturing number as what the manufacturer actually gives to their products.  OK? Progressive's number may not match what Warehouse says it is.

The 12 SERIES SHOCK ABSORBERS

Manufacturer No.  12204B ~~ (Black) ~~ 13" center of top eye to center of clevis bottom
Warehouse No.  16815
Note that Warehouse claims that Progressive no longer makes the Chrome version
Price right now - - $123.00 for a PAIR  ( On 11/08/05 )

SPRINGS

Manufacturer No.  031367B ~~ (Black) ~~ 95/140 Standard
Warehouse No.  16824
Price now - - 53.95 for a PAIR

Manufacturer No.  031368B ~~ (Black) ~~ 105/150 Heavy Duty
Warehouse No.  41701
Price now - - 53.95 for a PAIR

Manufacturer No.  031367C ~~ (Chrome) ~~ 95/140 Standard
Warehouse No.  41698
Price now - - 53.95 PAIR

Manufacturer No.  031368C ~~ (Chrome) ~~ 105/150 Heavy Duty
Warehouse No.  16815
Price now - - 53.95 PAIR


I should also say here that the numbers given above for ID's may not match the reference numbers at Tucker's reference sight.  They may be similar, but not an exact match.  Go by what the Warehouse says.

I bought the 12 Series Black shock absorbers ( though I wanted chrome, that model has been laid to rest ) with the Chrome Heavy Duty Springs.  I am very happy with them.

I hope this helps whomever may be looking into rear shocks and springs for their ride

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750SOHC 69-78 Fork Oil levels
« Reply #7 on: November 21, 2005, 03:32:28 am »
"cntrhub" has contributed the following 750SOHC 69-78 Fork Oil levels, taken from a factory Honda Service Specifications for all 1959-1980 US models.

Fork fluid oil are as follows:

CB750 K0, K1, K2 Dry: 220-230cc (7.5 - 7.8 oz.) Fill after drain: 200-210cc (6.9 - 7.1 oz.).

CB750 K3, K4, K5, 76 Dry: 155-160cc (5.3 - 5.4 oz.) Fill after drain: 135-140cc (4.6 - 4.7 oz.).

CB750K-77 Dry: 155cc (5.3 oz.) Fill after drain: 145cc (4.9 oz.).

CB750K-78: 150cc (5.1 oz.) Note: Does not say dry or fill. My guess is: Fill after drain.
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Standard Fork Sizes
« Reply #8 on: March 24, 2009, 02:45:18 am »
I have often seen requests for "which forks will fit my bike?"

MikeB found this useful xref on www.ohiocaferacers.com

So thanks go to Mike for bringing it to my attention - and to Greg for the info!

MM MAKE MODEL
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33 Honda CR-80R (84)
33 Honda CR-80R (85-86)
33 Honda TLR-200 (86-87) "Reflex"
33 Honda XL-200R (83-84)
33 Honda CMX-250C (85-87, 96-04)
33 Honda CMX-250C2 (99-00)
33 Honda TL-250K "Trials 250" (75-76)
33 Honda CB-350F/F1/G (72-74)
33 Honda CL-350 "Scrambler 350" (72-73)
33 Honda CB-360/T (75-76), CL-360K (74), CJ-360T (76-77)
33 Honda CJ-360T (76-77)
33 Honda CB-400A "Hondamatic" (78)
33 Honda CB-400A "Hondamatic" (78)
33 Honda CB-400T I & T II "Hawk" (78-79)
33 Honda CB-400T (80 From 2004662 - 81)
33 Honda CB-400T (80 To 2004661)
33 Honda CM-400A "Hondamatic" (79-81)
33 Honda CM-400T (79-81)
33 Honda CM-400E (80-81)
33 Honda CM-400T (79-80 To 2114344)
33 Honda CB-450SC (82-86)
33 Honda CM-450A/E (82-83)
33 Honda CX-500 (78-79), CX-500C (79), CX-500D (79)
33 Honda CX-500C "Custom" (80)
33 Honda CX-500C "Custom" (80)

33 Kawasaki KX-65A1-A5 (00-04)
33 Kawasaki KX-80E1 (83)
33 Kawasaki KX-80E2/E3 (84-85)
33 Kawasaki KZ-305A1/A2 "CSR" (81-82)
33 Kawasaki KZ-400A1/A2 "Deluxe" (77-78)
33 Kawasaki KZ-400C1 (78)
33 Kawasaki KZ-400H1 "Ltd" (79)
33 Kawasaki KZ-440A1 "Ltd" (80)
33 Kawasaki KZ-440A2-A4 "Ltd" (81-83)
33 Kawasaki KZ-440D1 "Ltd" (80)
33 Kawasaki KZ-440D2-D4 "Ltd" (81-83)

33 Suzuki RM-65K3/K4 (03-04)
33 Suzuki RM-80 G/H/J (86-88)
33 Suzuki GN-250 Z/D (82-83)
33 Suzuki GS-250 TT/TX (80-81)
33 Suzuki GT-250 K/L/M/A/B "Hustler" (73-77)
33 Suzuki GS-300 LZ/LD (82-83)
33 Suzuki GT-380 J/K "Sebring" (72-73)
33 Suzuki GT-380 L/M/A/B "Sebring" (74-77)
33 Suzuki GS-400 B/XB (77)
33 Suzuki GS-400 C/XC (78)
33 Suzuki GS-425 N/EN (79)
33 Suzuki GS-450 ET/ST/EX/SX/EZ/ED (80-83)
33 Suzuki GS-450 GAZ/GAD (82-83)
33 Suzuki GS-450 LT/LX/LZ (80-82)
33 Suzuki GS-450 TX/TZ/TXZ/TXD(81-83)

33 Yamaha YZ-80 K/L/N/S/T/U/W/A/B/D (83-92)
33 Yamaha BW-200 ES/ET/EU (86-88)
33 Yamaha TW-200 T/TC/U/UC/W/WC/A/AC/B/BC/D/DC/E/EC "Trailway" (87-93)
33 Yamaha TW-200 F/FC/G/GC/H/HC/J/JC/EK/EKC "Trailway" (94-98)
33 Yamaha TW-200 L/LC/M/MC/N/NC/P/PC/R/RC/S/SC (99-04)
33 Yamaha SRX-250 T/TC (87)
33 Yamaha XV-250 U/UC/W/WC/A/AC (88-90)
33 Yamaha XV-250 G/GC/H/HC/J/JC/K/KC/L/LC (95-99)
33 Yamaha BW-350 U (88)
33 Yamaha XS-360 C/D/2D (76-77)
33 Yamaha XS-400 D/E/2E/F/2F/G/H (77-81)
33 Yamaha XS-400 SG/SH (80-81)
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34 Suzuki T 250
34 Suzuki T-250 II
34 Suzuki TM-250 J/K (72-73)
34 Suzuki TS-250 R/J/K/L/M/A "Savage" (71-76)
34 Suzuki TC-305
34 Suzuki T-350 1 / 2
34 Suzuki TM-400 R "Cyclone" (71)
34 Suzuki TM-400 J "Cyclone" (72)
34 Suzuki TS-400 J/K/L/M/A/B "Apache" (72-77)
34 Suzuki T-500 1/2/3, T-500M (75)

34 Yamaha YZ-100 C (76)
34 Yamaha MX-125 C (76)
34 Yamaha YZ-125 C (76)
34 Yamaha DT-250 A/B/C (74-76)
34 Yamaha DT-250 D/E (77-78)
34 Yamaha DT1/1B/1S/1C/1C-MX (68-70)
34 Yamaha DT1E/1MX (71)
34 Yamaha MX-250/A/B (73-75)
34 Yamaha TY-250 A/C/D (74, 76-77)
34 Yamaha RD-350/A/B (73-75)
34 Yamaha DT-360 A (74)
34 Yamaha YZ-360 A/B (74-75)
34 Yamaha DT-400 B/C/D/E (75-78)
34 Yamaha MX-400 B (75)
34 Yamaha SC-500/A (73-74)
34 Yamaha TX-500/A/ XS-500B (73-75)
34 Yamaha XS1/1B/2/TX-650 (71-73)
34 Yamaha XS1/1B/2/ TX-650 (70-73)
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35 Honda CR-80R (87-95)
35 Honda CR-125M "Elsinore" (76)
35 Honda CR-125M "Elsinore" (77-78)
35 Honda NX-125 (88-90)
35 Honda XR-200R (81-83)
35 Honda CL72 "Scrambler 250"
35 Honda CR-250M/M1 "Elsinore" (73, 75-76)
35 Honda MR-250 "Elsinore" (76)
35 Honda VTR-250 "Interceptor VTR" (88-90)
35 Honda XL-250 "Motosport 250" (72, 74-76)
35 Honda XL-250S (78-80 To 5204066)
35 Honda XL-250S (80 From 5204067 - 81)
35 Honda XR-250 (79-80)
35 Honda CL77 "Scrambler 305"
35 Honda SL-350 "Motosport 350" (72)
35 Honda XL-350 (74-78)
35 Honda CL-450 "Scrambler" (69-72)
35 Honda CB-450 (70-74)
35 Honda CB-500 "500 Four" (71-73)
35 Honda CX-500C "Custom" (81-82)
35 Honda GB-500 (89-90)
35 Honda GL-500/I (81-82)
35 Honda XL-500S (79-80 To 5104835)
35 Honda XL-500S (80- 81)
35 Honda CB-550 "550 Four K" (74-78)
35 Honda CB-650 (79-80)
35 Honda CB-650 (81-82)
35 Honda CB-650C (80 To 2009951)
35 Honda CB-750K (69)
35 Honda CB-750 "750 Four" (70, 72)
35 Honda CB-750A "750 Hondamatic" (76-78)
35 Honda CB-750C "Custom" (80-82)
35 Honda CB-750F "Super Sport" (75-78)
35 Honda CB-750F (79-80)
35 Honda CBX (79-80)

35 Kawasaki KX-80 G1/G2 (86-87)
35 Kawasaki KX-80 L1-L3/N1-N3 (88-90)
35 Kawasaki KE-175D1-D4 (80-83)
35 Kawasaki EX-250E1/E2 "Ninja" (86-87)
35 Kawasaki KE-250B1-B3 (77-79)
35 Kawasaki KZ-550H1/H2 "GP" (82-83)
35 Kawasaki ZX-550A1-A3 "GPz" (84-86)
 
35 Suzuki RM-80 K/L/M/N/P (89-93)
35 Suzuki RM-80 R/S/T/V/W/X/Y/K1 (94-01)
35 Suzuki RM-100 N/T/X (79-81)
35 Suzuki DR-125 G/H/J (86-88)
35 Suzuki DR-125 SER/SES/SET (94-96)
35 Suzuki RM-125 M/A (75-76)
35 Suzuki SP-125 G/H/J (86-88)
35 Suzuki DR-200 G/H/J (86-88)
35 Suzuki DR-200 SET/SEV/SEW/SEX/SEY/SEK1/SEK2/SK3 (96-03)
35 Suzuki RL-250 L/M "Exacta" (74-75)
35 Suzuki SP-250 Z/D/F (82-83, 85)
35 Suzuki TS-250 1 "Savage" (69)
35 Suzuki TS-250 B/C/N (77-79)
35 Suzuki GN-400 T/XT/XX/TX/TZ (80-82)
35 Suzuki TM-400 K/L/M "Cyclone" (73-75)
35 Suzuki GS-450 LD (83)
35 Suzuki GS-450 LF/LG/LH/LJ (85-88)
35 Suzuki GT-500 A/B "Titan" (76-77)
35 Suzuki RE-5M, A
35 Suzuki GS-550 LX/ LZ (81-82)
35 Suzuki GS-550 B/C/EC (77-78)
35 Suzuki GS-550 LN/LT (79-80)
35 Suzuki GS-550 LG (86)
35 Suzuki GT-550 J/K "Indy" (72-73)
35 Suzuki GT-550 K (KAYABA)/ L (73-74)
35 Suzuki GR-650 D/XD "Tempter" (83)
35 Suzuki GS-650 EX/EZ(81-82)
35 Suzuki GS-650 GLX/GLZ/GLD(81-83)
35 Suzuki GS-750 B/C/EC (77-78)
35 Suzuki GS-750 EX/EZ (81-82)
35 Suzuki GS-750 LT/LX (80-81)
35 Suzuki GS-750 TZ/TD (82-83)
35 Suzuki GT-750 J/K/L/M/A/B "Lemans" (72-77)

35 Yamaha YZ-100 G/H (80-81)
35 Yamaha IT-125 H (81)
35 Yamaha RT-180A/B/C (90-93)
35 Yamaha XT-200 J/K/KC (82-83)
35 Yamaha XT-250 G/H/J/K/KC (80-83)
35 Yamaha TZ-250 C/D/E (76-78)
35 Yamaha TZ-250 F (79)
35 Yamaha RZ-350 L/N/NC/NCII (84-85)
35 Yamaha TZ-350 /C/D/E (72-78)
35 Yamaha XS-400 J/K "Maxim" (82-83)
35 Yamaha SR-500 E/F/G/H (78-81)
35 Yamaha XS-500 C/D/E (76-78)
35 Yamaha XJ-550 RH/RJ/RK "Seca" (81-83)
35 Yamaha XZ-550 RJ/RK "Vision" (82-83)
35 Yamaha XS-650 D/E/F/2F (77-79)
35 Yamaha XS-650 SE/SF/SG/SH/SJ (78-82)
35 Yamaha TX-750/A (73-74)
35 Yamaha XS-750 D (77)
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36 Honda XR-200R (84-02)
36 Kawasaki KX-80 T2-T4 (92-94)
36 Kawasaki KX-85 A1-A4 (01-04)
36 Kawasaki KX-100B5-B7 (95-97),
36 Kawasaki KX-125 A4-A5 (78-79)
36 Kawasaki EL-250B2/B3 (88-89)
36 Kawasaki EX-250F2-F4, F6-F18 "Ninja 250R" (88-90, 92-04)
36 Kawasaki KL-250A3-A5 (80-82)
36 Kawasaki KL-250D2-D21 "KLR250" (85-04)
36 Kawasaki KLX-250A1/A2 (79-80)
36 Kawasaki KX-250 A/A1/A2 (74-76)
36 Kawasaki KX-250 A3 (77)
36 Kawasaki KX-250 A4 (78)
36 Kawasaki KXT-250A1/A2 (84-85)
36 Kawasaki KX-400 A1/A2 (75-76)
36 Kawasaki EN-450A1-A6 "454 Ltd" (85-90)
36 Kawasaki H1-B/D/E/F (72-75)
36 Kawasaki EN-500A1-A7 "Vulcan 500" (90-96)
36 Kawasaki KH-500A8 (76)
36 Kawasaki KZ-550A1-A2 (80-81)
36 Kawasaki KZ-550A3-A4 (82-83)
36 Kawasaki KZ-550C2-C4 "Ltd" (81-83)
36 Kawasaki KZ-550F1/F2 "Spectre/Ltd" (83-84)
36 Kawasaki KZ-650B1-B3 (77-79)
36 Kawasaki KZ-650D1-D2 "SR" (78-79)
36 Kawasaki KZ-650F1 (80)
36 Kawasaki KZ-650H1-H3 "CSR" (81-83)
36 Kawasaki KZ-700A1 (84)
36 Kawasaki KZ-750B1-B4 (76-79)
36 Kawasaki KZ-750F1 "Ltd" (83)
36 Kawasaki KZ-750E1 (80)
36 Kawasaki KZ-750E2-E3 (81-82)
36 Kawasaki KZ-750K1/K2 "Ltd" (83-84)
36 Kawasaki KZ-750M1 "CSR" (82)
36 Kawasaki KZ-750N1/N2 "Spectre" (82-83)
36 Kawasaki Z1/A/B 900 (73-75)
36 Kawasaki KZ-1000A1-A4 (77-80)
36 Kawasaki KZ-1000D1/ D3 "Z1-R" (78, 80)

36 Suzuki RM-100 K3 (03)
36 Suzuki RM-125 B/C (77-78)
36 Suzuki RM-125 B/C (77-78)
36 Suzuki PE-175 C/N/T/X (78-81)
36 Suzuki PE-175 C/N/T/X (78-81)
36 Suzuki RS-175 T/X/Z (80-82)
36 Suzuki RS-175 T/X/Z (80-82)
36 Suzuki DR-250 Z/D/E/F (82-85)
36 Suzuki DR-250 Z/D/E/F (82-85)
36 Suzuki PE-250 B/C (77-78)
36 Suzuki PE-250 B/C (77-78)
36 Suzuki PE-250 N/T/X (79-81)
36 Suzuki PE-250 N/T/X (79-81)
36 Suzuki RS-250 T/X (80-81)
36 Suzuki RS-250 T/X (80-81)
36 Suzuki TS-250 T/X (80-81)
36 Suzuki TS-250 T/X (80-81)
36 Suzuki DR-370 C (78)
36 Suzuki DR-370 C (78)
36 Suzuki DR-370 N (79)
36 Suzuki DR-370 N (79)
36 Suzuki SP-370 C (78)
36 Suzuki SP-370 C (78)
36 Suzuki DR-400 T (80)
36 Suzuki DR-400 T (80)
36 Suzuki PE-400 T/X (80-81)
36 Suzuki PE-400 T/X (80-81)
36 Suzuki SP-400 T (80)
36 Suzuki SP-400 T (80)
36 Suzuki DR-500 X/Z/D (81-83)
36 Suzuki DR-500 X/Z/D (81-83)
36 Suzuki SP-500 X/Z/D (81-83)
36 Suzuki SP-500 X/Z/D (81-83)

36 Yamaha YZ-80 E1/F1/G1/H1/J1/K1/L1/M1/N1 (93-01)
36 Yamaha YZ-85P-S (02-04)
36 Yamaha YZ-100 J/K (82-83)
36 Yamaha YZ-125 D/E/F/G (77-80)
36 Yamaha IT-175 D/E/F (77-79)
36 Yamaha IT-175 G/H (80-81)
36 Yamaha TT-225 S/T (86-87)
36 Yamaha TTR-225 L/LC, N/NC/P/PC/R/RC/S/SC (99, 01-04)
36 Yamaha XT-225 D/DC-S/SC (92-04)
36 Yamaha DT-250 F (79)
36 Yamaha IT-250 D/E/F (77-79)
36 Yamaha IT-250 G (80)
36 Yamaha XT-250 L/LC (84)
36 Yamaha TT-250 G/H/J (80-82)
36 Yamaha TZ-250 G/H/J (80-82)
36 Yamaha TY-350 N/S (85-86)
36 Yamaha XT-350 L/LC/N/NC/S/SC/T/TC/U/UC/W/WC/A/AC/B/BC (84-91)
36 Yamaha XT-350 D/DC/E/EC/F/FC/G/GC/H/HC/J/JC/K/KC (92-98)
36 Yamaha XT-350 L/LC/M/MC (99-00)
36 Yamaha IT-400 C/D/E/F (76-79)
36 Yamaha IT-425 G (80)
36 Yamaha TT-500 C/D/E (76-78)
36 Yamaha TT-500 F/G/H (79-81)
36 Yamaha XT-500 C/D/E/F/G/H (76-81)
36 Yamaha XV-500K "Virago" (83)
36 Yamaha XV-535 T/TC/U "Virago" (87-88)
36 Yamaha XV-535 E/EC/F/FC/SF/SFC/G/GC/SG/SGC "Virago" (93-95)
36 Yamaha XV-535 H/HC/SH/SHC/J/JC/SJ/SJC "Virago" (96-97)
36 Yamaha XV-535 K/KC/L/LC "Virago" (98-99)
36 Yamaha XJ-550 H/J/K "Maxim" (81-83)
36 Yamaha FJ-600 L/LC/N/NC (84-85)
36 Yamaha FZ-600 S/SC/T/TC/U/UC (86-88)
36 Yamaha SRX-600 S/SC (86)
36 Yamaha YX-600 S/SC/T/TC/U/UC/W/WC/A/AC "Radian" (86-90)
36 Yamaha XJ-650 G/H "Maxim" (80-81)
36 Yamaha XJ-650 J/K "Maxim" (82-83)
36 Yamaha XJ-650 RJ "Seca" (82)
36 Yamaha XJ-750J/K "Maxim" (82-83)
36 Yamaha XJ-750RH/RJ/RK "Seca" (81-83)
36 Yamaha XS-750 2D (77)
36 Yamaha XS-750 E/F (78-79)
36 Yamaha XV-750 H "Virago" (81)
36 Yamaha XV-750 J/K "Virago" (82-83)
36 Yamaha XV-750 MK "Virago" (83),
36 Yamaha XS-850 G/H (80-81)
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Re: Suspension & Forks FAQ
« Reply #9 on: October 05, 2014, 05:28:04 pm »
I am in the need of something more attractive that the stock top triple tree from a GL 1000. I am building a 750 café with Drouin blower. While the bike is go and show I need something better looking than the stock.

Thank you

Shpwrk
Pete Caroselli

 

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