I once replaced them and they were an easy fit. Watching a squirrel slide down a Vaseline lathered bird feeder pole explains that. On Wed, Aug 14, 2019 at 5:12 AM 'nick.tamps...@btinternet.com' via Nighthawk Motorcycle Lovers! wrote: > 1996 CB750. > Does anyone know the dimensions of the O
84 cb650sc usually has a little tic in front but on my way to work it was really loud hollow knocking sound. Didn't seem to do it in lower rpms so I road in fourth to get to where I needed to be. I stopped and put oil in it thinking that may help but nothing. Any info will be greatly
Those bikes are known to have some slop in the timing chain die to a weak tensioner spring. I don't know how to check what caused it to suddenly get louder though. On Wed, Aug 14, 2019, 17:35 logan vandam wrote: > 84 cb650sc usually has a little tic in front but on my way to work it was >
Would anyone know or have a part number for these? See pic. I did change the gasket already and hoped that a small leak would stop. But it did not - so I think it's those little suckers. It is the ones that are on the header side of the engine (front). The ones on the carb side do not leak.
1996 CB750. Does anyone know the dimensions of the O rings that fit on the fuel pipe T piece that locates between carbs 2 and 3. I replaced mine with 8 x 12 x 2mm rings. On assembly, I was expecting a tight push fit, but the T piece ( with Vaseline ) went in quite easily. -- You received this
Thank you Graham. I’ll go with the Squirrel theory. Clever little buggers. > On 14 Aug 2019, at 13:27, Graham Rogers wrote: > > I once replaced them and they were an easy fit. Watching a squirrel slide > down a Vaseline lathered bird feeder pole explains that. > >> On Wed, Aug 14, 2019 at