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Post  customchop84 on Thu 9 Dec - 0:59

Hello and thanks to everyone here for help in the future. I have a 1981 kz650 that im turning into a chopper and just got a 75 honda cb 360t that I want to turn into a cafe racer. I need to know what forks and rims will interchange for this bike the ones on it are bent. Any help would be awesome. Thankyou

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Post  TinTin on Thu 9 Dec - 12:08

Welcome! There are enough CB owners out here to answer your question Very Happy
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Post  krogibmwrs54 on Sat 11 Dec - 12:48

If you are looking for parts i know that ebay has a lot of parts, new and used once check that and post some pictures when you get started.

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Post  650zed on Mon 13 Dec - 10:05

customchop84 wrote: I have a 1981 kz650 that im turning into a chopper and just got a 75 honda cb 360t that I want to turn into a cafe racer.

And how about turning the Honda into a chopper and making a cafe racer out of the kawa?


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Post  customchop84 on Tue 14 Dec - 2:20

Want the kaw as my chopper cuz its bigger and already half way there got the hardtail all welded on lastnight now getting ready to make my tank

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Chop a Z?

Post  desautdw on Tue 14 Dec - 18:22

Well, if you are going to chop it, at least make it a low and retro looking custom (like a bobber). Long bars, forks, sissy bars etc. are not good for handling or looks as far as I am concerned and I have owned custom bikes! Good luck with both.
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Post  Wallace on Fri 17 Dec - 23:38

Hi and welcome to the forum
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