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Trackers / Re: Tracker-ish cb550
« Last post by canyoncarver on Today at 13:35:51 »
That's a neat trick for the tube notch.   I know somebody else will say it but you need to check tire clearance at full shock compression on that straight tail loop.   It's a detail that bites many in the butt.
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Specials / Re: saving a 1980 KZ750 twin
« Last post by der_nanno on Today at 13:27:17 »
With regards to the variations: turn the cam in both directions until you can take a measurement on the gauge and then split the value in half and set the cam to this position.
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Trackers / Re: Tracker-ish cb550
« Last post by 7aliveatlast7 on Today at 13:01:45 »
Genius. That would have saved me a ton of "refining" on mine. Definitely writing that one down


I canít take credit for it, I YouTubed how to notch tube and came across a guy who did this with welding rod. I donít have any of that, but figured toothpicks would do the same. Those I have haha.
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SELLING / Re: DCC Originals shocks
« Last post by 7aliveatlast7 on Today at 12:54:21 »
Been a while. Someone make an offer so I can fund other parts. Trades accepted.
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Trackers / Re: Tracker-ish cb550
« Last post by jordandogtown on Today at 12:47:54 »
Genius. That would have saved me a ton of "refining" on mine. Definitely writing that one down
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Trackers / Re: Tracker-ish cb550
« Last post by 7aliveatlast7 on Today at 12:41:02 »

Like that wheel, fork and tank combo - following.

+ 1

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Thanks for tuning in guys, I appreciate the interest! 


I got the second side of my subframe cut to match using a handy little trick. I rubber banded toothpicks all around the support tube and slid them up until they touched the upper frame rail. Once they were all touching, I secured them in place with tape and was left with a perfect template for the notch I needed to cut.








Slid the template down, traced it onto the tube, and viola, the results speak for themselves. Iíll be using this method to cut my compound angle notches from now on.







Next up is the two front supports that will tie into the front of the new frame hoop and the backbone.
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BUYING / Re: 4g32 mitsubishi
« Last post by kopcicle on Today at 12:25:07 »
well...
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Loungin at da club / Re: Post a pic of your latest purchase
« Last post by SONIC. on Today at 11:58:02 »
If the arrow is any indication for direction, it's to excite the lady driving, unless of course you're British.

Good call! Maybe it's for the heated/vibrating seat?
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I read that Irk - definitely a no-go with ABS systems.  I'm hoping to powdercoat the brake calipers and in the process of talking about the pros and cons, the whole DOT 5 conversation came up - largely because whenever I bleed my brake lines I end up wearing half of it and getting the rest on the calipers.  Knowing DOT 5 won't attack the paint/powder is great, but now knowing that it is actually recommended for older bikes (and yeah, especially ones that hibernate for 5 months) is a real bonus.

Are there any negatives with DOT 5 fluid in older bikes? 
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Loungin at da club / Re: Post a pic of your latest purchase
« Last post by irk miller on Today at 11:29:27 »
Is it just me or does this stereo have a button to excite the lady in the passenger seat......
If the arrow is any indication for direction, it's to excite the lady driving, unless of course you're British.
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