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  1. red69

    Honda S90 / CL90 project bikes w/ pics

    You can check the main wiring harness for a label that looks like the one pictured. That should give you the year manufactured. I have those also.
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    Honda S90 / CL90 project bikes w/ pics

    112879 may be a gray market bike, brought to the U.S. I've not seen that label before and the number is an early model.
  3. red69

    Honda S90 / CL90 project bikes w/ pics

    By the way, I have two 1965 S90's with frame numbers of 473XXX and 443XXX.
  4. red69

    Honda S90 / CL90 project bikes w/ pics

    If you need a replacement manufacturer's label, or speedo overlay, I have them.
  5. red69

    Rob Thran’s next build 1971 k-0 SL70

    Better than new!
  6. red69

    Honda CT70 exhaust repair

    Did the same thing on two of my bike's exhaust pipes. A good cheap hidden fix. On a new pipe I initially wrapped the pipe with a piece of stainless from a discarded barbecue before installing the insulator wrap.
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    Rob Thran’s next build 1971 k-0 SL70

    I'm jealous!
  8. red69

    Honda builds the nicest mouse homes

    They like soy based wire insulation.
  9. red69

    Doing some renovation on my 1971 CT70 K0

    Let's see Jeff Bezos ride one of those babies!
  10. red69

    69 ct70 what's so different?

    Looks like a bit more angle on the upper corners of the K0 stop which could have resulted from more time in that area with the welder.
  11. red69

    69 ct70 what's so different?

    Stop from the 2008253 frame.
  12. red69

    69 ct70 what's so different?

    Here's a picture of the K0 steering stop. Looks like I made more right hand turns then left. LOL.
  13. red69

    69 ct70 what's so different?

    I have a frame #2008253 and the stop is the same as my K0, with of course, slight differences in the welding bead.
  14. red69

    69 ct70 what's so different?

    Here is my silver tag (104XXX) with the original and correct bosses.
  15. red69

    Rob Thran’s next build 1971 k-0 SL70

    I know you're trying to keep this upbeat, but I know of a couple of people developing Parkinson's that used to paint with urethane.
  16. red69

    Electrical help needed.

    I'm the last person to give a diagnosis on an electrical problem, but could it be that after reassembly something is grounding out?
  17. red69

    Rob Thran’s next build 1971 k-0 SL70

    More info: https://pksafety.com/blog/urethane-paint
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    Rob Thran’s next build 1971 k-0 SL70

    You need a dedicated air supply, a respirator mask won't cut it. You're endangering your health otherwise.
  19. red69

    Rob Thran’s next build 1971 k-0 SL70

    Do you have the equipment to safely shoot that stuff?
  20. red69

    CT 90 Clutch Friction Modifier lubricant from Ford

    I haven't seen anyone using an additive here. I would guess the friction discs are worn beyond their useful performance. Time for a change unless someone has been in there and didn't do a proper assembly.
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