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Grant, what's up?? You still alive on this forum?
How do yo post a pic?.
Hello new to the website......1980 ct70 DAX.... Canadian model all original runs well but want to clean it up and could use help
1973 Honda st90
I’m looking for a z50r 1984 Exhaust anyone ?
Hi Scooter! I am doing a professional restoration on my late fathers 1969 honda ct70 silver tag serial # 100969. I am wondering if you still do rear shock rebuiids? Really want to end this build the right way........hoping you can help with the shocks.......Thanks!
Robert I started a conversation with you you should see it in an inbox
God bless America!
1970 honda ct70h showroom condition for auction on bring a trailer
Checking on those forks, been looking on ebay but haven't found any descent ones, not ready to spend $200 on new tubes, whatcha got? I'm in South Arkansas. Thanks, Buddy Ham
Working on Qa50 rebuild
Teamsters trade union
Hi I’m trying to achieve the same thing on my ct70 clone was the front fender easy to change it from the low mount to the high mount. I’m want to put the bidgestone. 4/10 inch tires on front and back. Thx Anthony.
Current restoration project: Honda ST50M
Just a llama on a CT70, no big deal...
New CT70 Owner
I just picked up a couple ct 90's and would love to get a copy of the pdf information you mentioned. Would be very grateful i you would send them to me at email@example.com
Does anyone have a 1975 z50 gas tank they want to sell?
Love the information on cleaning spinner screen why can’t all you ct70 mechanics live in ri.
OLD CT lives in Jersey. lol
Hi kirrbby you seem to know a lot about clones. Please give me your honest opinion on my 03 jenching trail 70 buy. It has 26 original miles on it and looks like new I paid 400.00 for it someone offered me 1000.00 I’m going to keep it what I’ve read the Honda CT70 group seems to think that this was one of the better clones you’re comment please. Thx Anthony. .
I really don't know much about the clone bikes, other than what I've read and seen here over the years. But, I do know that you did verry well buying that one for 400. You can get that bike up and running, then just ride it, making repairs and improvements as the need arises...same as with ANY bike.
Welcome to the addiction. But be careful, little Honda's seem to multiply.
From providence ri