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How to remove rust from gas tank
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Today I am going to show you how I took care of the rust that was inside the gas tanks on my new winter project. The bike was originally registered in Florida and I suspect it was either in a flood o... more
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Just got it back from an overhaul
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Haven’t ridden the old 2006 ktm 300 exc in 2 years and it needed the carbie and brakes done. Got it back now and all ready for the season! Looks pretty good for 14 years old... more
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stripping down for rebuild
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time to get back on the CG125 restoration!... more
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Project #2. 07 Ttr125le
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Oh my. I got myself into it this time. I found a TTR125 listed for $250. She was a little beat up, but I went to look. First thing I see is it's missing the battery, kick, and front brake lever. T... more
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My first project bike WR426f
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I am not a mechanic. I'm an electronic engineer and Network Engineer. But I dabble in lots of stuff, and I've been looking for a hobby I actually enjoy for a long time. After a trip to DurhamTown in G... more
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the winter project so far
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De-rusting Harley flywheel with electrolytic rust removal principle
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Hi Everyone! Today i am going to share with you how to take rust out of an old Harley motorcycle flywheel with the electrolytic rust removal principle. All you need is a plastic bucket (non conductiv... more
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Shovelhead frame repair in the top neck bearing area
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The bearing race was way too loose on the top of the 1980 frame for an unknown reason, and it need to be repair, so my friend ask me to take care of it for him, he heard that I have done something sim... more
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1973 Honda CB350G - motorcycle building project part 06
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Let the sanding begin!! Tough work.. a LOT of elbow grease. I also took apart the wheels/hubs so I could shine them up!... more
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Shovelhead restoration
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Hey all, After comparing 3-4 major forums and their post-count-to-reply ratio, I've decided to post the rebuild here.Here's the background: It has sat in a warehouse for 16 years or more. It was... more
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Complete Rebuild
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New wheel bearings front and rear $60 New steering stem bearings $45 Rebuilt front forks $50 New swing arm bearings and bushings $105 New brake rotors front and rear $300 Rebuilt front and rear c... more
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How to paint/restore motorcycle or bike spokes
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This is how I painted my old, used motorcycle wheel spokes. The same process should work for bicycle spokes as well. The bike is a 1974 Honda CL200. The spokes are cadmium plated steel (I think). Th... more
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Motorcycle Wheel Restoration
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The old rims on my 1974 Honda CL200 had seen better days. They were dented, out of true, scratched, a little rusty, and no longer safe. I tried pounding out the dents with a mallet and then with a blo... more
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Reconstruction 78 GS1000 (#4)
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Cleaned up and partially restored my gauges....numbers are still a bit sunbaked.... With most of the wiring taken care of, it was time to get to the brakes. I had rebuilt the rear 600 bandit caliper,... more
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Reconstruction 78 GS1000 (#3)
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The day finally came... Engine going back where it belongs.....I'm finally making some progress here on this I put the engine in the same way I pulled it out.....But I did ask a friend to stop by to h... more
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Reconstruction 78 GS1000 (#2)
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Realizing the tank I had was just too far gone for a ratrod look, I started the search for another 78 tank.... Soon I realized there were non to be found.... :( On one occasion I had found a complete... more
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Reconstruction 78 GS1000
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This is where the story started.... A Craigslist ad for a 78 GS1000 that had not been started since 1990....$400 I thought it would be a good parts bike for 78 GS1000 I already had. The bike looked co... more
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