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Links to three files of interest to 360 guys----we'll leave it here as a "sticky" for a while.

EDIT - REMOVED FROM STICKY SINCE THESE BULLETS ARE NO LONGER LOCATED HERE
 

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Thanks Bill! That tensioner suppliment is gold, the carb file is also in the service manual that you linked about 1000 times ;) Now I know how to retract the tensioner pushbar without cracking open the bottom end (something I did recently...D'oh). That file also illustrates the different slipper guides...the old type curled towards the cam chain at each end, while the upgraded type curled away.

I'd seen rocker shafts on ebay previously that differed from my 'one piece' type. I'd assumed they were incorrectly listed but now I know that my engine had the new type fitted :D
 

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He's a secret agent dontcha know?? Didn't you see his bike license picture and thread about how he got em? ;)

I think someone may have got "offed" or is now sleepin with the fishes in concrete boots... :?



GB :mrgreen:
 

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I was under the impression that he is a visitor from an alternate reality where Honda is lord and master, sent to inform the meek and willing of their duties unto their machines...either that or just a decent guy.
 

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The two punch marks don't always look like a colon, ...They can be anywhere within the serial boss..... (Not all Honda mechanics followed directions.....)
 

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Bill, any chance you have the Supplement Bulletins for 1970's CB125? I'm unsure of my bikes year at this momement.... thanks for checking man! danWI
 

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CB360 A MOTORCYCLE, JPN, VIN# CB360-1000001
1 SKU: 06031-369-000
TENSIONER KIT A (Honda Motorcycle Code 0418129) (NOT AVAILABLE) $9.05

CB360T A MOTORCYCLE, JPN, VIN# CB360-2100001 TO CB360-2123938
13 SKU: 14520-323-000
SLIPPER, TENSIONER (Honda Code 0258004) Use up to Engine SN 2000230 1 $51.57
13 SKU: 14520-369-010
SLIPPER, TENSIONER (Honda Code 0416404) (NOT AVAILABLE) Use from Engine SN 2000231 1 $42.89

CB360T A (76) MOTORCYCLE, JPN, VIN# CB360-2200001
13 SKU: 14520-369-010
SLIPPER, TENSIONER (NOT AVAILABLE) (Honda Code 0416404) 1 $42.89

Is the SKU:14520-369-010 tensioner the same as the recalled tensioner from the 1974 360 (CB360 A)? I have a part number 14520-369-010 and have found a guy who has a stock of them NOS but I want to make sure this will work for 1974 and 1975 models as well.
 

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danWI said:
Bill, any chance you have the Supplement Bulletins for 1970's CB125? I'm unsure of my bikes year at this momement.... thanks for checking man! danWI
Dan Bauer -

All I have on the CB125 is the original Honda 125/160 (sloper) manual.........

Is yours a sloper twin, a more vertical twin, or a single??
 

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These are the slipper tensioner part # on www.cmsnl.com

CB360 #06031-369-000 n/a
CB360G #06031-369-000 n/a
CB360T #14520-369-000 n/a
CB360T KO #14520-323-000 still available
 

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Yeah, the 14520-369-010 is the newer version of the 14520-369-000 and isn't available either. This was the last one of the series I believe which would make it the updated version but I wonder if this fits all years CB360. If so, I can get a whole lot of these for a decent price.
 

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Steve, getting back to your question... 1974 cb125S one-piece head. looking for a Honda manual
and sorry for sniping the thread!
 

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Sorry to hear this......I was afraid you would try to start the engine with the cam/crank timing off......How severely?....What got damaged?.....(I may have a "spare" 360 head...I'll verify and get back to you)... Steve
 

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cbrace0012 said:
After installing an updated tensioner in my CB360, I made some notes to the recall supplement that may be helpful. I didn't check to ensure the cam was parallel at LT and paid for it severely so hopefully someone may avoid this mistake in the future.
Can you get any more tensioner blades?
I need one but would buy two to get a spare

PJ
 
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