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I have a set of 4 carb synch gages and the required adapters for multi carbed Japanese bike for sale. I went to a single carb and no longer need them. What you see is what you get. Gage #3 can look a bit "lazy" when at rest (unhooked) but the whole set seems to work just fine. I have owned them since they were new and I used to use them in my shop (many moons ago!).

$20.00 and $16.50 ($36.50 TOTAL) shipped via USPS Priority Mail from me to you in the lower 48 states.

Paypal only.

PM me if you want them. They are packed and ready to go.

Thanks, Bob
 

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I have a set of 4 carb synch gages and the required adapters for multi carbed Japanese bike for sale. I went to a single carb and no longer need them. What you see is what you get. Gage #3 can look a bit "lazy" when at rest (unhooked) but the whole set seems to work just fine. I have owned them since they were new and I used to use them in my shop (many moons ago!).

$20.00 and $16.50 ($36.50 TOTAL) shipped via USPS Priority Mail from me to you in the lower 48 states.

Paypal only.

PM me if you want them. They are packed and ready to go.

Thanks, Bob

SOLD, give me the paypal addy to remit to also tell me what shipping would be to Pembroke Ontario Canada K8A 6W5 via USPS. Thanks
 

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bjatwood , that is a very nice clean 750 . You should be very proud of it . I cant recall the last time I have seen one on the highway in that great condition .
 

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Thanks guys! The CB750 definitely takes you to a "Back in the Day" kind of motorcycling experience when I ride it. Wind in your face, motor in it's sweet spot at 5 to 6 grand. And the looks from people are fantastic. At every gas station someone comes up to me and tell's me "their" CB story about when there were young. Love it:thumbsup:
And here's some pre-product history before Honda launched the CB in 1969. Sochiro Honda wanted the "new" bike to be so dependable, that the motor had to pass a 24 hour run time at Red line of 8K, took 7 motors with different parts before this was accomplished. I think Honda hit a home run with these 750's and the Goldwings. I personally don't want to ever own a different brand of bike...( maybe a new Indian) but that's another story...LOL
 
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