CB360T transformed to off road bike

Discussion in 'Motorbike Technical Discussion' started by wallster, Oct 3, 2004.

  1. wallster

    wallster Guest

    wallster, Oct 3, 2004
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  2. Very cool! How's it go??
    I've been thinkin about buyin a dirt bike....hmmmmmmm....the wheels are
    turning..

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    Regards,
    Paul
    '91 XL1200
    '89 White Pig

    "I just keep gettin younger, my life is funny that way..
    Before I learned how to talk, I forgot what to say." -Neil Young
     
    Sportster4Eva, Oct 4, 2004
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  3. wallster

    wallster Guest


    the bike goes pretty good (as far as speed is concerned) but it's still a
    heavy bike for off roading. It was a cheap way to get an off road vehicle
    though. There are alot of old 2 cylinder street bikes out there that are
    missing titles (like this one) and will never be put back on the road again.
    Since most are fairly bullit-proof, start cutting frame tabs off and slap on
    a couple of cheap knobbies and you're in business.

    walt
    '91 fxr
    '76 cb360t off-road-toad
    '76 t140v (the next purchase!)
     
    wallster, Oct 5, 2004
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  4. wallster

    wallster Guest

    "Jack Hunt" wrote in message >
    Jack that's a great story (and some good points regarding the set up, gears,
    etc), the very first street bike i owned was a '75 cb360t (that was 40 lbs.,
    a full head of hair, and 25 years ago), those bikes were well made, fun, and
    pretty cheap. I'm not counting on any big time off roading with this bike,
    just some inexpensive fun.
    thanks again,

    walt
     
    wallster, Oct 6, 2004
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  5. wallster

    KWS Guest

    Does that beast have spark arresters on it?? :)

    Fun project! Also liked looking at your other handiwork too.

    If that weld shop is at your home, I'm drooling!!

    Regards,

    KWS
     
    KWS, Oct 11, 2004
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