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I decided to leave my 72 cl350 stock and build a bobber out of something else.
I got a 1981 CB750K given to me and it runs to good to part out.
(I was going to put the front end on my cl for the disk brakes).

Here is what I got so far. I got it lowered and standing the way I want it.
The struts are just temporary until I find some shorty shocks on ebay.
Thinking about flat black and an old tractor seat. maybe ape hangers.
 

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was told by someone on the old site. can't remember who, but they said that the tubes would fit in 450 trees and that the 450 trees would bolt up to the 350.

I think. that's what was said.

,Dustin
 

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That is correct.... Probably was I that said that..... Steve
 

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Dustin.....Some inspiration I found somewhere online....


.... Plus APES of course!.... :D Steve
 

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Yeah, there were quite a few Hondas (450 and up to 750, maybe the 900, for sure) that used the 35mm fork tubes. Just have to make sure that the spread of the tubes (depends on the width of the hub and /or rotors) is the same as what you are putting them on. There is a chart (that lists the fork tube sizes for a number of bikes) over on Ohiocaferacer.com and a member here, hahnda, actually made the list that's posted there.

Later on, Bill ;)
 
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