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  1. Tires, Wheels, and Brakes
    Just replaced the shoes for my rear brake and got the wheel installed back on the bike. After taking the bike off the jack, I noticed that the rear brake pedal had way too much range (~3 inches), so I just turned the adjustment bolt clockwise (in), which solved this problem. The range is now...
  2. Tires, Wheels, and Brakes
    A while ago, I rebuilt my engine, and after putting everything back together, and getting all my controls adjusted, I started riding it regularly. Soon after the rebuild, I began encountering a problem where when I would press the rear brake pedal while riding, I would hear a "clunk", and the...
  3. Member Introductions
    Greetings from Atlanta, Georgia! I am new to the forum and see that this site has a treasure trove of information! I got the vintage bug years ago at the Barber Vintage Fest hanging out with friends! I recently purchased a '66 CL77 Honda Scrambler that I want to restore back to its original...
  4. Tires, Wheels, and Brakes
    So I'm having an issue with my CB350 rear wheel. I'm wondering if I forgot something when I rebuilt it, but hoping i didn't, and keeping my fingers crossed that i'm just reinstalling it wrong. however, i cannot find anything i'm doing wrong compared to the manual. Here's my situation...
  5. Tires, Wheels, and Brakes
    Okay, my bike came in several boxes, and I'm trying to reassemble because the weather is getting warm. I found the rear brake pedal return spring, but I can't figure out where the other end goes. One end hooks to the pedal, in the same hole as the stop light switch spring, but the other end...
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