parting out a CB750C ALL SOLD

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parting out a CB750C ALL SOLD

Postby k9shag » Sun Apr 15, 2012 8:41 pm

I know this is a 650 site but I also know some of you have both, Anyway I purchased a complete titled 1981 CB750C with only 11k on the odometer. Let me know what part(s) you need and we can go from there. shipping will be exact shipping from me to you mostly thru UPS ground as for prices we can talk about that with your parts request. The more I ship to one place the better the price.
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Re: parting out a CB750C

Postby Volker_P » Mon Apr 16, 2012 6:40 am

Not sure for 1981 but for 1980 the 650C/750C front forks (at least European double disk) seem identical.
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Re: parting out a CB750C

Postby jqcaffeine » Mon Apr 16, 2012 1:27 pm

I'm interested in the backrest and (possibly) the mirrors. How much to ship them to 59635?
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Re: parting out a CB750C

Postby k9shag » Mon Apr 16, 2012 2:40 pm

let me see how far I can take apart the luggage rack and backrest I was looking to get $55 for the backrest and rack would throw the mirrors in for $5 so $60 plus actual ups ground shipping


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Re: parting out a CB750C

Postby jqcaffeine » Mon Apr 16, 2012 2:48 pm

I've actually already got a luggage rack that should accept that backrest pretty well. Would you take $35+shipping for just the backrest (no rack) and the mirrors?
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Re: parting out a CB750C

Postby k9shag » Mon Apr 16, 2012 3:52 pm

seems fair however let me see if I can separate the two. They have been together for a long time. I have it soaking now

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Re: parting out a CB750C

Postby MiGhost » Mon Apr 16, 2012 4:10 pm

I'll take second dibs on the luggage rack with backrest if jqcaffeine does not get it.

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Re: parting out a CB750C

Postby k9shag » Mon Apr 16, 2012 4:42 pm

I am in SC. If I am able to separate them without damage are you still interested in the luggage rack without the backrest for $20 + actual shipping

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Re: parting out a CB750C

Postby jqcaffeine » Mon Apr 16, 2012 5:30 pm

Sounds good. What's the span between the poles on that backrest? The rack I've got can receive a seat back roughly 12.5 inches center-to-center, each pole roughly 3/4 inch in diameter.
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Re: parting out a CB750C

Postby k9shag » Mon Apr 16, 2012 6:22 pm

jqcaffeine wrote:Sounds good. What's the span between the poles on that backrest? The rack I've got can receive a seat back roughly 12.5 inches center-to-center, each pole roughly 3/4 inch in diameter.


It meets your requirement however I am still unable to separate the rack from the backrest and do not want to pound on it. I will put some more lubricant and let it sit longer. But no guarantees

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Re: parting out a CB750C

Postby jqcaffeine » Tue Apr 17, 2012 9:39 am

I appreciate you trying, K9. Let me know if it works.
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Re: parting out a CB750C

Postby k9shag » Tue Apr 17, 2012 11:33 am

cannot separate the luggage rack from the backrest sorry. Let me know what you want to do as I have others interested.

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Re: parting out a CB750C

Postby jqcaffeine » Tue Apr 17, 2012 2:33 pm

Well, shoot. I guess I'll have to pass, then.

Could you post a clear picture of the mirrors for me? I might still be interested in those.
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Re: parting out a CB750C

Postby k9shag » Sat Apr 21, 2012 4:01 am

Ghost has disappeared so the luggage rack and backrest are still available.

Shipping will be the exact amount to you. Either via ups ground or USPS depending on weight and size. (sorry not shipping the motor/trans.)

exhaust $75.00 for headers and four mufflers and any hardware
headlight w assembly (already gone)
both front and rear fenders, including inner rear $40.00 for both
instrument gauges (all of them) $45.00
handle grips free with purchase (they are aftermarket cushioned grips)
tail light w assembly with turn signals $30.00
tank $55
carbs $85
brake pedal $5
luggage rack with backrest $55
seat $45
motor and transmission (willing to listen to reasonable offer)
frame with clean SC title(fair offer)
Wheels $45 rear with drum $55 front with rotors
Front Brake Calipers (x2) $50 sold
airbox $15.00
chrome airbox side covers $15 ea or $25 pair cleaned up nice


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