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About Yendor
Location:
Camden County, New Jersey - USA
Interests:
Bikes (of course), Skiing, Swimming, Bicyles (with pedals-I ride them too) & Old Cars
Occupation:
Product Specialist

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1970 CB 350 CAFE - Current Project on the bench,
1972 CB 350 K4 Red - Now a Happy Rider ! !
1972 CB 350 K4 Green (My Sons) DONE - YES !,
1st Bike 1970 SL 350 (Brought home in Parts - Trailer/Trunk/Back Seat - I miss that bike),
2nd - Bike Kawasaki 750
3rd - '73 XLCH 1000

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  1. DieselKrampus
    DieselKrampus liked post by Yendor On thread : THE KID'S CAFÉ - A 16 Year Olds First Rebuild (Project Log CB350 - 1971)
    TOTALLY AGREEE with 76 Twin. Cafe Bikes are REALLY COOL LOOKING - however very few end being FUN to RIDE. The change in body position is significant for actual "RIDING" which is completly...
    Liked On: 07-09-2019, 03:46 PM
  2. Olivier
    Olivier liked post by Yendor On thread : Best way to treat rust under a chrome fender?
    Wood Bleach. 285290 It is basically Oxcalid Acid which loves to attack RUST but will not harm the chrome. Mix it up in a Plastic Storage Box that will hold at least 1/2 of the fendrer under...
    Liked On: 07-02-2019, 07:40 PM
  3. DieselKrampus
    DieselKrampus liked post by Yendor On thread : Think I might be done for the season... [emoji35]
    They make extended lenght aircraft drills here is one source: This one is for a full set they are 12" in lenght and start at 1/16" ...
    Liked On: 07-02-2019, 08:34 AM
  4. Eastonboy99
    Eastonboy99 liked post by Yendor On thread : Rear wheel removal
    Or buy a wooden dowel rod at home depot and use it and a hammer to push it out. The wood might mush up but it wont' damage the metal.
    Liked On: 06-12-2019, 05:22 AM
  5. krukster86
    krukster86 liked post by Yendor On thread : Rear wheel removal
    Or buy a wooden dowel rod at home depot and use it and a hammer to push it out. The wood might mush up but it wont' damage the metal.
    Liked On: 06-11-2019, 07:10 AM
  6. krukster86
    krukster86 liked post by Yendor On thread : To bore, and how much?
    The best answer to the question in your title is: ONLY YOUR MACHINIST KNOWS - Unless you own a Bore Gauge and have the skills to read it. Let them tell you how much has to be removed. Again...
    Liked On: 06-04-2019, 10:46 AM
  7. chaindrivecharlie
    chaindrivecharlie liked post by Yendor On thread : Should I just this 71 cb350 that's been laying around for $500?
    You already described it as a PARTS Bike when you listed what the individual pieces might bring. I agree with everyone else No Title - it's a parts bike. But that doesn't mean it has to stay a...
    Liked On: 06-04-2019, 09:20 AM
  8. J-T
    J-T liked post by Yendor On thread : Cb350 K2 Carb Butterfly flap
    I made my own from peices of Brass. You still have some of the parts I had pretty much nothing and made it all from scratch. 283464 283466 283468 283470
    Liked On: 06-03-2019, 09:10 PM
  9. Pops
    Pops liked post by Yendor On thread : Cb350 K2 Carb Butterfly flap
    I made my own from peices of Brass. You still have some of the parts I had pretty much nothing and made it all from scratch. 283464 283466 283468 283470
    Liked On: 06-03-2019, 07:42 PM
  10. Lefty
    Lefty liked post by Yendor On thread : Cb350 K2 Carb Butterfly flap
    I made my own from peices of Brass. You still have some of the parts I had pretty much nothing and made it all from scratch. 283464 283466 283468 283470
    Liked On: 06-03-2019, 05:55 PM
  11. Bill H
    Bill H liked post by Yendor On thread : Cb350 K2 Carb Butterfly flap
    I made my own from peices of Brass. You still have some of the parts I had pretty much nothing and made it all from scratch. 283464 283466 283468 283470
    Liked On: 06-03-2019, 07:42 AM
  12. crazypj
    crazypj liked post by Yendor On thread : 1971 CB350 - Engine gets "bogged down" at higher throttle
    Strobe Tiiming Lights tell you a LOT about what is going on with your Spark. The INDUCTIVE Type (Sensor Wire Clips over the Plug wire) Will ONLY trigger the Strobe when a Charge actually travels...
    Liked On: 06-01-2019, 07:51 PM
  13. chaindrivecharlie
    chaindrivecharlie liked post by Yendor On thread : More Swingarm questions - CB350 1972
    The FSM can ve downloaded from the Common Motor Collective (an advertiser & Site supporter) from their MANUALS PAGE. Make sure you clean out the inside channel of the Swing Arm Bolt for any old...
    Liked On: 05-31-2019, 12:56 PM
  14. Bill H
    Bill H liked post by Yendor On thread : '73 CL350 Engine woes
    Actually the bottom end is much easier than the top end. If you have any questions about what might have been in th eoil you need to open them up and clean out the sump at a min. There are a...
    Liked On: 05-25-2019, 08:08 AM
  15. chaindrivecharlie
    chaindrivecharlie liked post by Yendor On thread : CL350 engine top-end deconstruct, reconstruct
    I see no reason NOT to use that Roller Set. I have a SOLID Poly type Roller Set in (2) 350's, but the guy who was making them is no longer doing it.
    Liked On: 05-16-2019, 08:18 AM
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