I like your video series. Good luck on the build I am along for the ride. First a little background. Ported head, nuts and bolts re zinced. Part 5 comin up! I spent a more than a few minutes punching out the lower race a few years back. I didn’t have the benefit of your lipped tool. You really put a HUGE amount of time producing the videos and they are nicely paced.
May 07, , The weather has been holding me up long enough! I found this bike last November on Craigslist. Dino, I got addicted to the V45 build videos. March 30, , Bearing are from All Balls Racing.
Anxious to see how this one turns out!
He bought all kinds of new parts like hackawewk, fork tubes, seat, oil tank, side covers, all the rubber bits, handle bars, cables, tires, chrome steel rims with stainless steel spokes, wire harness and much more. So, I took a ride to a bike show Saturday with the Sabre, and won second place in the “custom” category!
Bearing are from All Balls Racing. Did you miss your activation email? Part 5 comin up! haackaweek
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I do indeed put a lot of time in, and it’s all a one man operation. Very excited to see you make your way over here! Dino on May 10, Really liked your sabre hackawrek build that rocked. I got a start on episodf frame this weekend and discovered that I needed more parts to continue down that rabbit hole. There ain’t no easy way: As for upgraded swingarm bits, I found a set of brass bushings for my CB on eBay for a really reasonable price. Looks like you already have the kit.
Honda CB Custom Build Episode 11 | HACK A WEEK
Hi Dino, I just put in a donation for the cause. You really put a HUGE amount of time producing the videos and they are nicely paced. ALL of the hardware got a new zinc plating.
Good luck on the build I am along for the ride. I found this bike last November on Craigslist. I didn’t have the benefit of your lipped tool. I’ll for sure be building a fiberglass seat pan for this bike.
There’s a lot in this video about installing the All Balls Racing tapered roller bearings in the steering head. Most of the wear will occur on the soft bearing material but the crank journals do wear slowly as well.
Sizing up the crank and rod bearings. What head bearings did you go with it? July 20, Looks like alot of hackaweeek tedious work has been done.
Logged There ain’t no easy way: Loved the Sabre build! May 11, I spent a more than a few minutes punching out the lower race a few years back. I installed the rear wheel bearing this weekend. Dino on July 20, Part 5 is up! Not sure about the tanks just yet.
I have brass swing arm bushings on the way and the head bearing set arrived yesterday. March 27, I like your video series. Please tell me you are going to do some glass work on this project as well. That fiberglass work was amazing.
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Check the Forum FAQ before you post – the answer to your questions might already be there waiting. Pinkley on May 11, I’ve discovered that I need to order up a few more parts. He also had anything that was painted, black powder coated.
In episode one you mentioned shake or wobble at 80 mph on your old bike. Pinkley Full Member Posts: The first build video will be uploaded this weekend. Nerdos Full Member Posts: You are assuming that the crank has negligible wear which may or may not be true.