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 on: Today at 12:16:57 PM 
Started by Garry32 - Last post by Garry32
Hi Does anyone have a spare genuine sandcast seat strap and genuine screws two straps if possible please.
Garry🏍🇬🇧😊

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 on: September 21, 2017, 10:38:54 PM 
Started by Don R - Last post by Don R
 I recently bought a sweet speedo here and found a nice tach on sohc4.net. The tach has a great case but a lousy lens. I've collected a few parts from our friendly gauge guy, facebook and Ebay. I have 2 cases, lenses and K0 faceplates. I originally planned to redo a couple K1 gauges to appear K0 but that's not needed now.

 Anyway my question is, aside from a few tips here and there is there a tutorial anywhere on taking the plastic body gauges apart and putting them back together? If not maybe I'll sharpen my posting skills and give it a try.

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 on: September 21, 2017, 05:23:11 PM 
Started by 4pots1969 - Last post by 4pots1969
Hi Bo,
I sent you pictures on your mailbox...
Thanks, Gerard

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 on: September 21, 2017, 07:58:52 AM 
Started by 4pots1969 - Last post by bojje
Hi!
Please dismount the chromeplate and take a photo of the area around the gear so its really the early type. If so Im interested.
Please send photos to my mail bojje@snapphanetruck.se
Kind regards, Bo from sweden.

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 on: September 20, 2017, 06:22:56 PM 
Started by honda mec - Last post by honda mec
Decided to sell some extra exhausts that I no longer need.

PM or tel 805 501 2740 in the LA area

Brian


https://losangeles.craigslist.org/sfv/mpo/d/honda-cb750-exhaust-pipes/6304584998.html

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 on: September 19, 2017, 09:09:02 AM 
Started by 4pots1969 - Last post by 4pots1969
I sell a sand-casting tachometer phase II from 1000450 to 1001500 approximately.
It is in very good condition, the case and the jewels are original and only the face has been changed, the tip of the needle has been repainted has its original color (face purchased CB750faces.com) the case is in good condition, the chrome of the rear cover is in very good condition, without any point of rust. A small scratch visible on the glass near the neutral green jewel. Sold without the wiring harness.
This tachometer was purchased in 2006 in California...
No direct contact for purchase only in PM.
On the forum only for questions, Thanks.

700,00 euros + shipping costs


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 on: September 10, 2017, 10:32:22 AM 
Started by Ujeni - Last post by Steve Swan
pm will be sent

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 on: September 10, 2017, 09:59:52 AM 
Started by Ujeni - Last post by Ujeni
Steve,

I have done dent repair in the past. These days, I have very little free time (4 year old daughter and an 18 month old startup). I'd love to have the contact info of the guys you mentioned. Thanks!

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 on: September 10, 2017, 09:19:02 AM 
Started by Ujeni - Last post by Steve Swan
I have a correct rear fender for my K0, but I need to have the existing old chrome removed, a small hole filled, a small dent fixed and have it re-chromed. Living in California seems to be the wrong place for that sort of thing; two of the shops I have used in the past are ow out of business! Does anyone have a suggestion for a singe shop that could do all of this? Anywhere in the USA is fine with me, but a recommendation from someone who has used the shop is what I am after.

Thanks!

I don't know a plating/polishing shop who would do the weld and dent repairs.  removing dents is not difficult at all if you've a couple different types of body hammers and dollies and a shot bag.  just gently tap, tap tap from the center, then go to the reverse side to remove any of the high spots.  a file can be used for final removal of any high spots.  i've had great luck removing dents from some pretty rough parts.  chrome shops do their own polishing work in prep for the plating process; they can remove any of the last imperfections left from dent removal.  you don't have a competent welder in your area ?

i know a man in my nearby area, i would highly recommend for polishing and plating, he's done all my ferrous metals work including pot metal.  his work is superb; he takes work for select customers, if you want, i can ask him if you can contact him.  

I also know a local man, he does body work, he's been at it now for 30+ years, there is no finer.  he's so good he turned down a job offer to work for an internationally known Bugatti restorer in our area.  if you're interested, i could give you his name and phone number for you could call him.  he's done work for me on my different/numerous projects.

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 on: September 09, 2017, 10:57:43 PM 
Started by Ujeni - Last post by Don R
 The chrome shop rock Island Illinois. They have a web site. They have done stripping of aluminum and chromed a rolled rim for me. Came out very nice. I think new K1 rear fenders are available if that would work.

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