Bud`s 1974 TX750

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Bud`s 1974 TX750

Post  Bud64 on Thu 23 May - 4:14

This was my first Café Build and my first build in 15 years.
The bike was a real mess, it had gone through a few people that had no idea what they were doing. EVERYTHING WAS WRONG!!
Step 1, put all the parts together and see what I have

Step 2, pull bike apart and begin rebuild, wiring had to be all replaced, engine rebuild, carb rebuild and so on...




This is how she came to look at the end, it was a love, hate relationship. There were many times I was ready to push the bike out to the curb and my wife was right there to help. It was sad how poorly the bike was taken care of and any work that was done was all wrong. I can only hope that the new owner will keep the old girl living on.
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Post  Toecutter on Fri 31 May - 7:58

i like those TX's , they are prety rare arent they ? Very hard to find over here in Europe i guess

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Post  Bud64 on Fri 31 May - 15:32

There aren’t many here either and parts are getting tuff to find, that was the main reason I decided to sell the old girl. Since I ride my bikes, I need to be able to get parts that simply wear out.
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