Honda 1972 CB750K2

Discussion in 'General Discussion / News / Information' started by Eddie The Eagle, Jun 19, 2012.

  1. Hi, I need a new front brake piston and oil seal, I have looked around & get the same answer .... no have .. is it possible to find this in Thailand ? anyone got one in there shed :)

    Cheers Eddie The Eagle.
     
  2. They could be a Generic Item which means multiple Bikes use the Same Caliper in which case it May be easy to find? Best bet would be to search on the Internet? There are a few sites specialising in Classic Bike Parts? Good Luck, can't wait to see Your finished Bike!
     
  3. Ian, David Silver Spares in the UK got them, original & after markets one's ... Just thought I try here first ... Bike is finished apart from a small oil leak (f/brake). the photos are on GT site..
     
  4. Ian .... one for the road :)

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  5. Beautiful.....................
     
  6. Thanks .........
     
  7. Wow what a beautiful bike ..... they do not make them like that anymore.

    In Pattaya on Sai Sam are some motorbike shops that have a good stock and otherwise try Red Baron in BKK. They can order almost anything and get it quick (almost tax free).

    Chang Noi
     
  8. Looks like it just rolled off the factory floor. Fantastic job :thumbup:
     
  9. Hi Eddie, what a wonderful job you did on the old girl !!! She sure looks like new and will draw attention wherever you go, more than any passenger will ever be able to get......hahahaha
    As for the brake piston & oil seals, try the shop opposite Lotus South PTA, just near the pedestrian bridge, it got loads of old bikes on the back in a separate warehouse, is a chinese style shop, so ahem messy but at least chances are good to get what you need.
    Cheers, Franz
     
  10. stunning job on a very beautiful bike...
     
  11. mate.. if you can't get a root with that bike, I would give up, bloody awesome. In Aust. selling for 300,000 - 400,000 bht.
    Spares are easy in Oz, google Honda 750 AUST.

    Cheers
    Tom
     

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