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· Date: Sat 3 September 2011 · Views: 5421 · Filesize: 75.0kb, 432.1kb · Dimensions: 1024 x 765 ·
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a150bdriver

Master Mechanic

Registered: July 2011
Posts: 290
Sun 4 September 2011 07:00 Rating: 10.00 

Love the ile of man decals on the tank which I assume is Honda? Who sells the rearsets?
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Joe Dirt

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Registered: January 2006
Location: Indiana
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Sun 4 September 2011 08:09

Thanks! Yes, it is a CB750K tank, I think a '75. The rearsets are from Crossroads Performance.
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a150bdriver

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Sun 4 September 2011 20:39

Where did you get the seat cowl?
Is this your 1st cafe?
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Joe Dirt

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Sun 4 September 2011 21:00

I made the seat cowl from a '71 Suzuki T250 gas tank. Yes, first cafe, but I change it up every so often.
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a150bdriver

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Mon 5 September 2011 08:16

I noticed from the photos. How much were the rearsets if you don't mind me asking? I went to the Crossroads website and their price list is "under repair".
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Joe Dirt

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Mon 5 September 2011 16:25

I bought those in 2006, and they were $500. Even at that price they were worth every penny. They also threw in a set of pegs.
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a150bdriver

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Mon 5 September 2011 18:00

Very cool. Thanks again.
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