1971 CL175 cafe buildup
got my setup plus tons of extras for $300 a couple days ago!! :rofl
OK, so I have not taken as many pictures as i would have liked to, but here is the story. Found a deal on Craigslist for $800, talked him down to $300, thinking it was a simple DIY cafe project with a couple extras. Turns out I got way more than what I paid for!
ALso if anyone needs any parts, let me know, I should be able to help you out
2 frames, a CL175 and CB175, the cl has a title
3 seats two in good condition
loads of gauges and lights ( enough for 3 bikes)
2 motors, one is ready to go, the other is half assembled, will do a rebuild on some down time.
parts from three other motors
3 wiring harnesses
brand new coils and wheel bearings
3 sets of wheel, two with new tires and tubes
a new set of rims, spokes and nipples
2 pairs of forks
and pretty much every part you can think of multiplied by 3.
In other words, somewhere in this mess of parts, is a great bike waiting to be built.
this is how i got it
just some of the extras i got
the new coil installed, btw, does it matter which spark plug wire goes to which side?
as it sits now
I am waiting on the Clymer manual with wiring diagram to finish hooking things up
these parts are in the mail
front brake cable
I still need a chain, a right hand side set of controls for the handlebars, and a headlight cover and mount.
any suggestions on a chain?
Can't wait to see the finished bike!
together, those TWO engines will make it a great rider! :rofl:freaky JK, enjoy!
Not much done to bike lately, Been in Houston with the family for christmas, can't wait to get back and get her running!
Keep the camera handy, because without pictures, it didn't happen:freaky
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