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    Senior Member cafesport's Avatar
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    I couldnt bear to use kawasaki parts... on a bike of my own! got a good chance at a cb750, although that is heavier than i would like, it would be a good project and ive ridden with a guy with one when i had my r6 and i was impressed with the handling, even in the poor state this guys bike was in.

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    by the way im looking for an enduro bike for a in town rider until my project is rideable. anybody know of anything? (va)

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    http://img214.imageshack.us/my.php?i...ture0475ou.jpg

    1978 XS650 With a 93 Katana front end and a GS500 swing arm.

    I got the old stem pressed into the new triple claps and put it right in the frame no problem.


    Edited by - brentadour on Oct 15 2005 09:18:50 AM

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    now thats weird looking. cant wait to see how it finishes.

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    any tips on how to fit the swingarm?

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    brentadour how is that bike coming along ?


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    Really slow. Im not really workin on it again untill winter. Ill have it done for spring


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