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  1. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    I️ recently cracked my petcock near where the fuel goes into the tubes. I️ don't really see a way to fix that. Does anyone know where to buy a new petcock? It's an older one and has a cross tank tube that feeds into it, which is the main problem with all the newer knock offs. Maybe I️ can buy a...
  2. Wanted Parts and Bikes
    How do Not sure if this is the right place to ask, but I'm wondering whether there are any UK owners out there with a decent spare cam sprocket assembly that's gathering dust and that they might be persuaded to move on. A lack of experience on my part and some woefully poor service...
  3. Frame, Suspension and Steering
    Hi. I’m Larry and new to the list. I currently have a 350f being built into a Hailwood tribute bike. My front end is from a 71 350 twin and I’m using a 66 CB77 front drum instead of the smaller 350 drum. The plan is to use the stock lower forks and I just wanted to verify if the tube swap still...
  4. Miscellaneous Discussion
    1965 Honda CB77 Superhawk restoration project. From a crusty old barn find to cool functioning rider with steampunk vintage patina. What a fun ride! You can build one too!
  5. Found For Sale
    https://ventura.craigslist.org/mpo/d/vintage-honda-cl77-scrambler/6571658973.html
  6. Project Logs
    1965 Honda CB77 Superhawk restoration project. From a crusty old barn find to cool functioning rider with steampunk vintage patina. What a fun ride! You can build one too!
  7. Engine Discussion
    Are there other models that will fit a 305? My project came without pipes or retainer rings and there's a moto junk yard here locally that I thought I'd scrounge around at if I knew what to look for.
  8. Bikes For Sale
    Hi, My dad passed away in November and his estate is being liquidated. As part of his estate he had a 1964 CB77. He was the original owner. It is being sold as part of an estate auction. I learned the auctioneer has not been promoting the bike specifically, and I though enthusiasts might...
  9. Member Introductions
    Hey guys, I'm introducing myself from way up here in Edmonton, AB, Canada. I'm currently in the "herding" stage of classic motorcycle ownership, having collected to this point a 1978 GS750, 1994 GN125, and my Hondas - a 1979 CB400A, 77CB400F, and most recently what appears to be a 1965 CP77. I...
  10. Electrical Discussion
    Looked high and low and can't find the right starter switch for this bike (Honda part no. 35010-268-030). CMS recommends the CB72 ignition switch (part no. 35100-273-0000). Actually the gentleman at Ohio Cycles says this is a CL72 starter, and who am I to question a guy who has committed 50...
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