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I bought this project bike that came with a girder front end. The frame has been made a hardtail and chopped. The diameter of the girder shaft is 7/8" all the way down. From what I measured, it's the stock Honda CB360 neck. I can't find a steering bearing that fits both the outer diameter of the stock honda neck with an inner diameter to match the 7/8" girder. Any help or ideas?
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I checked out both those pages and don't see anything that has a 22.5mm or 7/8" inner diameter. Not sure how I managed to get a from end that doesn't fit anything haha
 

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So what I'm thinking about doing is buying 26mm diameter steel and making a new one to replace the weird size that's on my girder. Not sure if you can see this picture but its welded in the girder. So I should be able to just grind it down, widen the hole to fit 26mm then have it weld it in place. That way I can fit a proper steering bearing and not have anything rigged. Sound like that is a better way to go?
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I bought this project bike that came with a girder front end. The frame has been made a hardtail and chopped. The diameter of the girder shaft is 7/8" all the way down. From what I measured, it's the stock Honda CB360 neck. I can't find a steering bearing that fits both the outer diameter of the stock honda neck with an inner diameter to match the 7/8" girder. Any help or ideas?
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Or you can have a pair of top-hat shaped bushings made to fit between the inner bearing races and your 7/8" (.875" or 22.225mm) steering stem.
Then you'll be able to choose the bearings you want, maybe even stock 350 sizes.
 
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