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Here's what I can use right now to help get my '71 CB175 (K5) on the road. Several of these parts may be the same as other bikes, and/or other years. If you have parts you THINK may fit, I am willing to do the research to find out if they will.

Thanks in advance for reading, and for checking your parts stash for me!

Right-Hand switch housing (the one with the headlight & starter) LOWER HALF
I really only have to have the metal lower half of the housing and the screws to attach it to the upper half; the rest of mine is good. But I'll take more if it's easier. Mine is black, not bare metal.

Throttle tube

Handlebars--stock shape, little to no rust

Petcock -- has two output nipples

Upper fork covers, aka headlight ears
 

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Here's what I can use right now to help get my '71 CB175 (K5) on the road. Several of these parts may be the same as other bikes, and/or other years. If you have parts you THINK may fit, I am willing to do the research to find out if they will.

Thanks in advance for reading, and for checking your parts stash for me!

Right-Hand switch housing (the one with the headlight & starter) LOWER HALF
I really only have to have the metal lower half of the housing and the screws to attach it to the upper half; the rest of mine is good. But I'll take more if it's easier. Mine is black, not bare metal.

Throttle tube

Handlebars--stock shape, little to no rust

Petcock -- has two output nipples

Upper fork covers, aka headlight ears
I have a throttle tube. I have a lower switch housing. I have a set of handle bars...no rust. Let me know.
 

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Mark, I assume you need a lower half-housing that has a cast-in lever perch. You need to specify that as most Honda CL models have those, but almost any larger engined CB will have had a separate master cylinder (no perch).... ;) Steve
 
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