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    Quote Originally Posted by f100owner View Post
    Also would like to find the adjusting nut
    https://www.partzilla.com/catalog/ho...dal-step-stand
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    ^the local honda dealer might even have those if partzilla does
    I can see the ABS being pretty useful on a 900lb bike, hopefully the cl350 ends up a little lighter and stops just fine with the old drum
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    Thanks on the lookups. Never looked at Partzilla, also never looked at that particular schematic trying to find those parts.
    Probably getting ahead of myself, but would like to find a luggage rack for the bike. I do anticipate riding it to work and would like to have a place to tie down my lunch box. I see some on Ebay, but they specify the SL350.
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    Just returned from getting the cl inspected. Rented a trailer to haul it the 3 miles. Inspector didn't even make me unload it. Checked horn, lights, turn signals and brake lights and said that was fine.
    If I had been 15 minutes quicker I probably could have made it to the tax office and got my plates. Will do that during lunch break tomorrow.

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    Well paper tags are in hand (actually in the saddlebag of the Harley) for the Honda. Spent a little extra and ordered "classic" tags for the bike.
    Thinking of putting together a tool kit for the bike. Has to fit the tool box under the seat/air breather. Obviously 10/12/14 mm end wrenches along with screw drivers and metric allen wrenches appropriate to my bike. Probably throw in my spare set of points. Not sure of how I will use the bike or how far I will go on it - definitely only day rides. If I decide to use it for going to work, I will have to start my work day later. It's dark when I head into work on the Harley, but it has great lighting. The Honda, not so much. The old saying is don't drive beyond your head lights - well that would leave me at about 30 mph on the CL.
    I am kind of looking for a luggage rack for the bike to throw my lunch bag on. Not really a back pack sort of guy. But if necessary, may become one.
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    Do yourself a favor and ditch the crappy incandescent 55w headlight in favor of a modern, LED headlight.

    The headlight on my CL350 on *low beam* is brighter, clearer, and throws light down the road further than both of the Halogen headlights on *High beam* of my '84 Mercedes 300SD. And I believe it draws less than 35w total. I got mine from Speedmotoco but I'm sure there are a multitude of options out there to fit whatever budget or style you are working with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DieselKrampus View Post
    Do yourself a favor and ditch the crappy incandescent 55w headlight in favor of a modern, LED headlight.

    The headlight on my CL350 on *low beam* is brighter, clearer, and throws light down the road further than both of the Halogen headlights on *High beam* of my '84 Mercedes 300SD. And I believe it draws less than 35w total. I got mine from Speedmotoco but I'm sure there are a multitude of options out there to fit whatever budget or style you are working with.

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    I am assuming there would be some wiring changes needed to add any aftermarket headlight to the bike?
    On an older harley I had, I used a light from Trucklite. It was pretty good. Better than stock. Of course the daymaker headlight on my last two bikes were exceptional for night time driving.
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    I am awaiting the rear brake cam. I have the new lever and the spring/adjuster. Is there much to replacing the rear brake cam? When I replaced the shoes, I don't recall much being there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by f100owner View Post
    I am assuming there would be some wiring changes needed to add any aftermarket headlight to the bike?
    On an older harley I had, I used a light from Trucklite. It was pretty good. Better than stock. Of course the daymaker headlight on my last two bikes were exceptional for night time driving.
    The only "aftermarket wiring" in this case was that the new LED headlight came with a square 3 pin connector. I simply chopped it off, stripped the ends of the three wires, and attached factory Honda - style bullet connectors to the ends of the wires. From there it was completely plug and play. The unit that I got from Speedmotoco has more than enough room in the headlight bucket for the rest of the factory wiring to fit, just like the stock headlight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DieselKrampus View Post
    The only "aftermarket wiring" in this case was that the new LED headlight came with a square 3 pin connector. I simply chopped it off, stripped the ends of the three wires, and attached factory Honda - style bullet connectors to the ends of the wires. From there it was completely plug and play. The unit that I got from Speedmotoco has more than enough room in the headlight bucket for the rest of the factory wiring to fit, just like the stock headlight.

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    Yep, looking into this option. Realized something I have not done yet and that is check my charging system. I keep the bike on a maintenance charger pretty much all of the time and have not stuck a volt meter on the battery to see what it is reading when running.
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    2016 Ford Expedition
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