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Old 05-19-2012, 09:53 PM   #4
smilin jack
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Joined: May 2008
Location: Lebanon Oregon
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Cb125tt

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Originally Posted by bigalsmith101 View Post
Check it out!

I recently came into a pair of 1990 CB125TT's. Twin cylinder, 125cc 4 stroke nut cases.





They were originally used as training bikes, and have since fallen into a bit of a state of disrepair.

Both run well, but had no turn signals when I received them (from their days as training bikes).

A list of things to do include, fork dust seals, turn signals, a new chain/sprocket set for one of them. An idle screw for one. and a few other odds and ends.

Oh, and I work at a motorcycle dealership, and get parts at cost, so keep that in mind.

What do you guys think!

--Alex
Nice Bikes! I have one out in the barn (1990) that I got from Team Oregon/Oregon State surplus sales. They cut off the VIN number so it's a parts bike now. I welded a plate over the hole where the VIN was... just to keep dirt/rain out. They used a dremel with cutoff wheel.

I need a clutch perch (they saved it for them). Hope to get it running some day. It should be a hoot with 18hp from a 125cc bike.

Originally got it for parts to put on my CB250. Things like front forks with disk brake, center stand, mufflers etc. Haven't done anything with it yet.






Dave
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