CB77 New DID Rim - Correct Sizes
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    CB77 New DID Rim - Correct Sizes

    Hello Folks,

    I posted this over at the Honda305 forum, but figured i'd ask it here as well. I'm working on restoring a 1965 CB77...not going for museum quality, but trying to stay as stock and OEM as possible.

    The Rims on the bike are pitted and rusted fairly bad so re-plating is likely out. Looking to pick up a new Set of DID rims...Just want to double-check that I've got the correct sizes selected.

    Wheel rim, Front - 1.60x18 36 hole
    https://www.davidsilverspares.com/CB360G5/part_28446/

    Wheel rim, Rear - 1.85x18 36 hole
    https://www.davidsilverspares.com/CB77-305/part_190423/

    Thanks for any input. I realize the Front Rim is marked for a CB360, but it is the same size. I just don't know enough to say if the Spoke angle will be ok to lace to the CB77 Hub.

    Cheers, Joe

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    Pretty positive the spoke angle will not be correct. Bummer

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    CB360 front rim will not work at all...

    CB350 front rim should be much closer although may not be exact.
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    If you are not in a hurry I have those size rims in stock. Not DID but Takadaga or similar sounding name. I will not be where the rims are now until the end of January. I could do the pair for just a bit more than silvers price for one, plus shipping of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksvintage View Post
    If you are not in a hurry I have those size rims in stock. Not DID but Takadaga or similar sounding name. I will not be where the rims are now until the end of January. I could do the pair for just a bit more than silvers price for one, plus shipping of course.

    Any chance you can do a Takasago 1.60 x 18 with 40 spokes at the correct spoke angle to fit a CB450 front Drum brake?
    Please PM if you can
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