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    Re: Dad's 1975 CB360T rebuild

    Yours is the only other 360 I've seen to still have a solenoid switch cover, not a big deal, but rare I wish I'd found the bronze swingarm bushings for mine though
    ...punks not dead...it just smells that way...

    ...XS650 SF...RD400 D...CB360 KO...CL450 K3...

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    Re: Dad's 1975 CB360T rebuild

    Hi Lee! I found those bushings either on ebay or from BikeBandit.com; I go back and forth between trying to find something lightly used, and just getting it new from Thailand. Heads up, I may want to pick your brain soon regarding my wiring loom!
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    Re: Dad's 1975 CB360T rebuild

    I've got a NOS CJ360 loom which is more or less identical, no solenoid/e-start button connections though...

    How bout putting a pic of that beemer in the 'other bikes' section.....
    ...punks not dead...it just smells that way...

    ...XS650 SF...RD400 D...CB360 KO...CL450 K3...

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    Re: Dad's 1975 CB360T rebuild

    Quote Originally Posted by leethal
    How bout putting a pic of that beemer in the 'other bikes' section.....
    1979 BMW R80/7
    1975 Honda CB360T (project)

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    Re: Dad's 1975 CB360T rebuild

    1979 BMW R80/7
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    Re: Dad's 1975 CB360T rebuild

    Subscribing to this thread! Looking forward to more pics...

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    Re: Dad's 1975 CB360T rebuild

    Quote Originally Posted by Hugo
    Subscribing to this thread! Looking forward to more pics...

    Hugo
    Cheers, Hugo! I had a look at your pics and I think we're tied as far as nastiest starting point: your bike has more damage as far as cracks, breaks and strips; mine had more rot, rust and crud! Looking forward to seeing your progress.

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    Re: Dad's 1975 CB360T rebuild

    One piece at a time... Soon you will have that thing together. Good luck with it. I think that I enjoy a good build just about as much as I enjoy a good ride.
    finished projects:
    1975 cl360 Cafe
    1982 vf750s
    Projects:
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    1972 cb350
    1974 cl200

    Berb

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    Re: Dad's 1975 CB360T rebuild

    Ok, going to take the plunge and start on the engine...




    Original on the right, Ebay spare on the left...



    Can anybody tell me how to get that speedo cable out? Do I just pull with brute force? It doesn't seem to want to screw out...



    Last night I spent quite a while with the impact driver...still a couple stubborn buggers to go.
    1979 BMW R80/7
    1975 Honda CB360T (project)

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    Re: Dad's 1975 CB360T rebuild

    To remove the tacho cable you need to undo the phillips head screw located under all that crud Can you please post a pic of the cable end when you get it off, I have a feeling I received the wrong cable.
    ...punks not dead...it just smells that way...

    ...XS650 SF...RD400 D...CB360 KO...CL450 K3...

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