So, I had moved my 1983 Kawasaki GPZ1100 & 1972 SL350K2 out of the garage, as I like to do, as weather & time permits. I haven't been able to ride, for awhile, for one reason or another. And I like to fire up up the GPZ, to keep it in shape. I had a pretty nice example of an SL350K3, that also had a "NICE" set of pipes on it & I didn't really want to take it off road, because of those pipes selling for a pretty high price. So, I saw a 1972 SL350K2, on Ebay one day, that was supposed to be a runner, but an aftermarket 2 into 1, low pipe on it & the price was good, so I bought it. Thwn, things happened, that kept me doing all sorts of things, EXCEPT being able to really check this one out. So, I ended up with a buddy stroing my motorcycles for me, while I was out of pocket, for over a year and while my buddy had my motorcycles, he thought he would do me a favor and go into it, to see just what condition it was in & proceded to make improvements on the condition, which included getting it running & well tuned, put he told me all he had done, he never tried to ride it, as he had projects of his own, that got him distracted. So, yeaterday, when I had it & the GPZ out of the garage, I decided to see about starting it up. Started pretty easily. Ans not thinking to do any more checking, besides what my Buddy did, I pulled in the clutch lever & went to put it in gear. Oh it went into gear, jumped forward & killed the motor, letting me know that I needed to finish up, where my buddy left off. What I am getting at, is that I need to come up with a clutch pushrod, for sure. And, I need to check through my Honda motorcycle parts, to see if I have one of those particular size ball bearings, for the adjuster. This has gotten me sidetracked from the Super Hawk "Mock-Up", for now, at least. Anybody out there know if there are any other Hondas, with the same size & length clutch pushrods or not? Appreciate any input on this.