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    CB 350 Front forks

    Hello - I have a 73 CB 350 frame that I would like to build and keep it mostly stock, but I would like to put front forks on it from another CB 350 that doesn't have the fork tube covers on them preferring to get ones with just the rubber gaiters.
    What year forks should I be looking at and also making sure they will work with this frame ?
    Also, not planning on putting a front disc brake on it, if that were to make a difference.
    Any help or advise would be greatly appreciated.
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    1973 350, or 1974/75/76 360 forks with matching triples......
    CJ 360 forks are a bolt-on including triples.axle, spacers, and drum wheel...
    350 Drum brake wheel fits disc forks but must use disc axle and later CL (variant Of those CB's listed) spacers

    Can clarify if you phone....
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    I have a triple tree from a 71 or 72 bike. Would that work with the 73 forks ?
    Quote Originally Posted by 66Sprint View Post
    1973 350, or 1974/75/76 360 forks with matching triples......
    CJ 360 forks are a bolt-on including triples.axle, spacers, and drum wheel...
    350 Drum brake wheel fits disc forks but must use disc axle and later CL (variant Of those CB's listed) spacers

    Can clarify if you phone....

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    IF top tree (bridge) has pinch bolts to hold fork tubes, Yes....If they are retained by a bolt down through the bridge, NO.....

    Much easier for me if you phone....
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    Quote Originally Posted by 66Sprint View Post
    IF top tree (bridge) has pinch bolts to hold fork tubes, Yes....If they are retained by a bolt down through the bridge, NO.....

    Much easier for me if you phone....
    I believe they have the pinch bolts. Will check tomorrow. Thanks for the help 66Sprint !

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