|06-14-2013, 10:59 AM||#1|
What if its a Samsquamch?
Joined: Aug 2006
Location: Denver, Colorado
Hondo's 1982 Honda CT110 Rebuild Thread
I just picked up a somewhat neglected 1982 Honda Trail 110 (CT110) from a neighbor for $300.
It ran but has been sitting outside in the elements for some years now. Total miles, 2,128.4-
Here are a few pics-
It will need -
A new ignition switch-
A right mirror mount & mirror-
Seat covers (passenger seat not shown)-
and this laundry list of replacements & maintenance items-
- new battery
- oil flush & change
- inspect & rebuild brakes if necessary
- soak, lube & replace drive chain (if necessary)
- get new helmet lock or key the old one
- clean & rebuild the carb (or replace)
- replace the air filter element
- clean everything
- possible paint the bike & replace all decals
- inspect & lube the swingarm bearings
- replace the fork seals & fork oil
This will be a slower build than the KLX450R, so standby for updates!
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Hondo screwed with this post 06-14-2013 at 11:40 AM
|06-23-2013, 02:11 PM||#3|
Latte riders FTW!
Joined: Feb 2007
Location: New Zealand
Thats a tidy looking CT, I picked up a $20 CT90 a month ago but it has been a farm hack so is in nowhere near the condition yours is in, but with some fresh fuel and an oil change it's running perfectly!
It's now in a few hundred pieces getting repainted and all the seals etc being refreshed, total budget is $200 to get it back to being "road legal"..... as long as the police don't take a close look!
They are a fun little bike, mine is being assigned to be the beach bike for getting groceries and going fishing at our beach house.
Orange...cause it makes me look like I know what I'm doing!
|03-15-2014, 03:53 PM||#4|
Joined: Aug 2008
Location: denton, America
what a cool find!
dad had one that he logged nearly 30,000 miles on
& he never got much more than 30 miles from the house/RV
have fun w/ your quest
"Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass,,it's about learning to ride in the rain."
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