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    I didnt think a K tank would fit on an F so there's that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HenryDorsetCase View Post
    I didnt think a K tank would fit on an F so there's that.
    Heres a stupid bit of anorak
    The K1 front hub is 4mm thinner than the K0
    the K4 is different from the K3 due to different pinstripes
    the CB750K6 of 76 which was a four piper for those that didnt like the F1 styling they changed the bolts on the top yoke from 8mm to 7mm.
    the sand-casts have a different number of bolts on the clutch cover 10 instead of 11
    the K7s had a 17 inch rear wheel and and a O ring chain.
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    Thought I'd add this supplier to the thread.
    Was a bit hard to find due to the name, but prices are some of the lowest I've seen anywhere so far.
    https://z1parts.net/cb750/?sort=newest&page=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidecar bob View Post
    Thought I'd ad this supplier to the thread.
    Was a bit hard to find due to the name, but prices are some of the lowest I've seen anywhere so far.
    https://z1parts.net/cb750/?sort=newest&page=1
    Just had a browse. Good contact!
    Wow, they must be the only people in the world not trying to cash in on the scarcity value.
    Useful stuff at very reasonable prices. I could go broke saving money here
    High miles, engine knock, rusty chrome, worn pegs...
    Brakes as new

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    I've been really enjoying my F1, finding it to be just the right amount of classic.
    My '60's BMW is a very antique ride & my two '80's GSXR's are almost a fully modern ride with 4 piston brakes & monoshock until you really start pushing.
    The old Honda requires a bit of effort & forethought, it can get along great, & makes for fun & fast at not far above the speed limit.
    You also don't have to ride it all day to feel like you've done enough, as the rewards for a job well done come thick & fast.
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    Any of you CB750 owners been through the carbs - and got the old bits sitting on a shelf ?

    We're reviving a roadrace sidecar which uses CB750 carbs but ran on alky. The needles have been hand massaged - as you did then - to suit alcohol fuel.

    I'd like to find a set of petrol needles - year irrelevant.

    Thanks.

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    Adding this link as a parts resource to thread
    https://4into1.com

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    Pretty decent prices on Itailian stuff
    $100 of dollars cheaper than Other fork tubes i found for Guzzis
    http://www.mgcycle.com/index.php?mai...9b15c006338cee

    titanium for your own bike
    https://titanclassics.com/product-ca...itanium-parts/

    Cartridge kits for even old 80's bikes
    https://www.omniaracing.net/en/suspe...44.html?page=4

    if you know what these are and how hard they are to find
    http://power-barn.com/brembo-oem-ful...748r-and-998r/
    These rotor will bolt on to a cb750 hub but give the ofsett to clear the spoked wheels
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    Here are some crab parts. Mmmmm crabs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HenryDorsetCase View Post
    Here are some crab parts. Mmmmm crabs.
    I always struggle to read dutch upside down.
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    PM sent. Just what's wanted.

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    Another parts resource for CB750.
    If nothing else, a great source of exploded diagrams.
    https://www.cmsnl.com/honda-cb750k_model50625/

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    Copied this for you CBBobster
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    Quote Originally Posted by sidecar bob View Post
    Another parts resource for CB750.
    If nothing else, a great source of exploded diagrams.
    https://www.cmsnl.com/honda-cb750k_model50625/
    Just google CB750 whatever model parts fiche.
    the beatty of most of these are they tell you what fits what and also what bearing size, spoke length and rim width etc.
    they also let you see what often fits what between the years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sidecar bob View Post
    Another parts resource for CB750.
    If nothing else, a great source of exploded diagrams.
    https://www.cmsnl.com/honda-cb750k_model50625/
    Great website - I was just looking at a R7 fiche.

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    Here's an interesting offshoot of the CB750.
    The French Honda importer Japauto built around 250 examples of the CB950ss & VX1000 over several years.
    Most information online is in French.
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