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About BlueBlackBird

  • Birthday 03/26/1948

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    73 Honda CB750 ,always looking

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    Kingston, Ontario, Canada
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  1. Some parts , I don't want to move Stock Seat- perfect shape-125$ Mufflers(2)- perfect shape-350$ for 2 Stock Shock with Hyperpro spring-45$ Left mirror with rubber boot-12$ Brake and Clutch lever-25$ for both All prices negotiable- Located in Kingston Ont (250K north of Syracuse NY) email- gburnzz3@gmail.com
  2. Anybody know or use this site for Pyramid huggers?
  3. I have one , Im in Kingston Ont, from a 2000
  4. they are not cheaper if you pick them up, if you are out of province. I was told on the phone that being in Ont. I would not pay Que. Prov. tax and the disposal fee. The total + shipping fee was less than the pick up in Que.
  5. If you put on new filter(which you should) it will take a bit more. Dont screw dipstick in, then read.
  6. That's right, the Canadian frame is different too. Thanks Timmy............ Shit, I might have to go to the .com or European site! Thanks
  7. I have a Blue 2000 BB Cdn model, Does anyone know the colour code for the mid frame(the part you see behind lower fairings) , clutch and stator covers? Im having a hard time matching it up?
  8. Little different from the rest of us , but I use Hyperpro-Combi
  9. Why dont you just look in the shop manual, it has all the torque values !! Its so easy, rather than guessing.
  10. The shop manual has great diagrams on where the pipework , wires etc are to be located and run. An invaluable tool (the manual).
  11. I have A 120/70/17 pilot power for sale 4000KM no track so lots of life in it 70.00$ CDN and Ill throw in a rear Pilot Road 180/ etc. almost down to the wear bars but life in it yet. Gord PM me or gburnz@yahoo.ca
  12. Thanks Joe,thats what I need, I was going to have the wheel rotate on a shaft using external bearings, not the ones on the wheel itself, .
  13. Does anyone know off the top of their head the diameter of the axels front and rear?, Im in the process of making a tire balancer.
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